Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh has said that the “imported rulers” have brought the country to the verge of economic disaster due to their flawed policies.
In a statement on Thursday, Haleem claimed that ‘corrupt and inefficient’ rulers were brought to replace the Imran Khan-led PTI government under the conspiracy to push the country towards crisis and their sole aim was to weaken the country.
He alleged that rulers soon after taking over the control of the country were only interested in wiping out the witnesses of their massive corrupt practices as soon as possible. He said that rulers imposed on the country through an international conspiracy had broken the back of the common people by raising the prices of every essential commodity, adding that people of every nook and corner of the country wanted to get rid of such rulers and they were ready to join hands with Imran Khan in his struggle against them.
He predicted that soon after the fiscal budget, which would prove to be another bombshell for the people of the country, the rulers would not be allowed to ruin the country anymore and they would be kicked out of the power corridor with the support of the people.
“The people of the country have become sick of the policies of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his aides and allies. We are ready to launch the decisive struggle against them under the leadership of Imran Khan,” he added.
Haleem said PTI workers and supporters of Khan would foil all nefarious designs of the rulers, who, according to him, had already caused enough damage to the country and its people. He said that millions of people were ready to take to the streets across the country on the call of Khan, who wanted to purge the country of corrupt leaders and looters.
He warned the rulers to desist from using state institutions to unleash a reign of terror on the leaders and workers of the party during the upcoming long march towards Islamabad. Sheikh said that rulers in Sindh had also deprived the people of the province of their basic rights. He said that the persistent water crisis in the entire province was a result of the worst governance and mismanagement of PPP rulers.