ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Monday said the government was serving the masses relentlessly despite disturbance caused by sit-ins of protesters.
Talking to reporters before heading to Heathrow airport for the country, the Prime Minister said he did not want to talk about those who were engaged in negative politics, a private channel reported.
The Prime Minister, who made a two-night stopover in London on his way back home after attending the 69th UN General Assembly in New York, said parliament of the country played a significant role in strengthening democracy.
He said his government too wanted to remove anomalies in the system, where existed.
To a question, Sharif said he did not consider that judiciary was conspiring against the government.
The Prime Minister said his speech at the UN Genral Assembly session and his stance on Kashmir represented the aspirations of people of Pakistan.