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Maryam, Bilawal ‘test-tube politicians’: Farrukh Habib

By Our Correspondent
July 11, 2021
Maryam, Bilawal ‘test-tube politicians’: Farrukh Habib

FAISALABAD: Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Farrukh Habib Saturday said Prime Minister Imran Khan was a true leader of Kashmiri people and he had projected and highlighted the Kashmir issue at global level effectively.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony of a kidney care centre at Children’s Hospital here, he said the Sharif family was an absconder and now they were trying to get NRO. He said Maryam Nawaz had started ‘Abbu Bachao’ campaign under the garb of ‘Kashmir Bachao’. However, he said, people were fully aware of their designs and they would once again reject them in the elections.

Farrukh said if Nawaz Sharif was sincere with Kashmiris, why Indian premier Narendra Modi came to attend a wedding ceremony of his family in Lahore. He said if the Sharifs were sincere with Kashmiris, why Nawaz Sharif preferred meeting Indian actors over the freedom movement leaders of the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K).

Farrukh Habib said, in fact, Maryam and Bilawal were test-tube politicians and they were successors of loot and plunder of their families, and now they were trying to save their dads from accountability. He said Maryam was trying to protect Avenfield, while Bilawal was struggling for save the illegal wealth of his father stashed in Swiss banks. He said that Sindhi people had rejected the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and the similar treatment would be given to them by the AJK people.

He said the Azad Kashmir people knew very well that only PM Imran Khan was their true leader, who represented their voice at the United Nations and other world forums.

The minister of state said the government is implementing a comprehensive strategy to improve the health sector and provide people with the best treatment facilities. He said health cover would be ensured to every individual in Punjab by the end of December this year. He said everyone in Dera Ghazi Khan and Sahiwal districts had received Insaf health cards, and by the year-end, this facility would be provided to every person in Punjab. He said that 500,000 families had benefited from health cards in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa so far, and now people’s CNIC would be their health card in that province.