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April 10, 2020

PTI govt looking for escape, says PPP leader

Peshawar

April 10, 2020

TAKHTBHAI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader and former minister Rahimdad Khan on Thursday said that it was a matter of grave concern that in the prevailing volatile situation Prime Minister Imran Khan was advising president to dissolve National Assembly to send home government packed.

“The nation is psychologically paralysed and the country is passing through a very difficult phase of its history due to the prevailing coronavirus pandemic but Prime Minister Imran Khan and his close aide Jehangir Tareen are busy in leg-pulling,” the PPP leader told reporters. He added that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government had no agenda to serve the masses but its leaders were involved in point-scoring. Rahimdad said that the champions of change were only making announcements and doing nothing practical for the welfare of people while all the businesses and departments were closed and the poor were yearning for a two-time meal.

He said the rulers deceived the masses with the hollow slogan of change while their flawed policies rendered thousands of people jobless. “The PTI government has failed on all fronts that is why it is now looking for escape but people would not allow them to flee and make them accountable for their misdeeds,” the ex-minister maintained. He said that the PTI leaders had become approvers against each other in the poor governance, corruption and embezzlement they committed together during almost its two-year tenure.