ISLAMABAD: opposition leader Syed Khursheed Shah says that we do not stand for long-term government, so that the assemblies should be termed 4 years. Talking to media in Islamabad, Khursheed Shah, opposition leader in the National Assembly, said that he had demanded in 2014 that the assemblies time period should be appointed 4 years and Nawaz Sharif and Isaac Dar also agreed on this demand. That could happen again which is happened in 2014, So it would be better if the government steps in this direction, we will support them. Even today I say that for the improvement of the country and institutions, the constitutional reforms should be held for 4 years because we are not able to bear the long-term government. While protesting on the recent census in the country, the leader of the opposition said that do not give any importance to all the facts if the statistics and military records are compiled only in the census process then the real condition can be realized.