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Imran regretting failure to make Pakistan bankrupt: Marriyum

Javed Latif says PTI chief failed to launch any productive initiative during tenure

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Saturday that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan was regretting his “failure” to make the country financially bankrupt.

In a statement in reaction to Imran Khan’s tweet, she said that the” foreign agent” regretted that his commitment to bankrupt the country has not been fulfilled. She said that the foreign agent and Toshakhana thief was running away from the elections. The minister said that Imran Khan was thrown out of power by exercise of the democratic right of a no-confidence vote.

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Despite remaining in power for over three years, why Imran did not hold the local body elections, she asked.

Castigating Imran, she said that the PTI was “committed” to conducting elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, what happened to that commitment? What happened to the commitment to give one million jobs and building five million housing units, she said while taking a jibe on PTI leadership. She said that Imran was only “committed” to loot and plunder, telling lies and fraud. She said Imran’s “commitment” was only to get foreign funding, steal the Toshakhana gifts, and bankrupt Pakistan’s economy.

Marriyum said that the “commitment” of Imran was only to plunge the country into historic debt and push the people into unprecedented inflation. She said Imran’s “commitment” was only to make a compromise over Kashmir and sell national interests.

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Meanwhile, federal minister Mian Javed Latif said that Imran Khan failed to deliver any productive initiative during his past four years period as he was busy to misguiding public in his gatherings.

Talking to a private media channel, the minister claimed that Imran Khan left the country on the brink of bankruptcy. Coalition government was correcting the economic direction of the country, he asserted.

He said that Imran led government did not initiate a single development project during four-years in office. All major projects of the country were on the credit of PML-N, he said.

Countering the demand for general elections in the country, he said that it was erroneous to assume that the PML-N or coalition parties were avoiding elections, adding that the country was not in a position to hold general elections earlier.


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