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November 17, 2015

Nawaz in govt only to expand his businesses: Imran

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November 17, 2015

MIANWALI: PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Monday alleged that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif “comes into government only to do business”.
Whenever Nawaz came into power, his businesses flourished, Imran said. “He expands his business further and goes back,” he said while addressing a rally as part of PTI campaign for local government polls.
He remarked that the people had to make the difference by putting stamp on the symbol of bat to decide whether a new Pakistan was required.
Imran claimed that billions of rupees were wasted on Multan and Islamabad metro bus projects. Had the money spent on the farmers, the poverty level would have been lowered in the country, he opined.
He alleged that the government was exploiting the farming community and their rights were being trampled.
He opined that the profit-earning entities were being privatised in the country. The government, he alleged, wanted privatisation for the sake of commission.
Imran said the Steel Mills had been closed down and thousands of employees rendered jobless. He claimed that the Steel Mills was yielding profit during the Asif Zardari government, but had been shut soon after Nawaz Sharif came into power.
He accused Nawaz and Zardari of forging a nexus and said his party would compete with them in every field.
He said the PTI’s politics was ideology-oriented while the others stood for getting mega contracts.

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