Agriculture ruined in Sindh, farmers face economic distress: Shah Mehmood



UMERKOT : Vice President (VP) Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI), Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that the flawed policies of rulers have ruined agriculture sector in Sindh province and farmers of the province are facing a severe economic crisis.


Shah Mehmood Qureshi Tuesday reached Umerkot on a four-day visit where a large number of people, party activists and Ghousia Jamaat disciples gave him a warm welcome.


Talking to media on the occasion, the VP PTI alleged that the ruling PPP has never done anything good for Sindh and its people in any of its term. He said agriculture has gone in shambles and now cotton growers are facing a worsened exploitation as they are not getting fair price for their produce.


He saluted the brave people of Umerkot, saying the regime is pressing them hard due to their support to the PTI. He said now their crop water has also been stopped and they are being booked in false cases, but instead of being brow-beaten they are bravely facing these atrocities of the PPP government. He said everything is in the control of Allah, the Almighty, and their enemies would Inshallah soon be disgraced.


Shah Mehmood also criticized the PML-N ministers and said that they have always attacked the national institutions, which is the main reason of their own downfall. He said time for these corrupt rulers is over now and a positive change has already been seen by the masses.


The PTI VP said that the next era of his party and we would give people justice, equity, respect, education, healthcare and jobs. He said the country would be put on the path of progress and prosperity in the coming government of PTI.


Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi paid visits to different localities of Umerkot and invited people to attend the PTI rally scheduled onOctober 20.


MNA Lal Malhi, PTI Minorities Wing President Jay Perkash Ukrani, Akbar Palli, Jahansher Junejo and other leaders accompanied him.


Originally published by INP

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