Bandits of Sindh, Federation reach gate of PA with sacks of notes: Musarrat


Every day a new inflation bomb is dropped on the people of this country. Already the production sector is closing due to the high cost of petrol and diesel and the incompetent rulers are now going to make gas more expensive. The edible oil crisis is on the rise as Pakistan is being deliberately weakened.

The imported government is using the government resources for horse trading as the cabal of federal ministers and advisers have left work and are camping in Lahore for horsetrading. In the next elections, the people will defeat the corrupt gang with the worst defeat.

This was said by Chief Minister and Punjab Government Spokesperson Musarat Jamshed Cheema while holding a press conference at the DGPR office along with Provincial Food Minister Sardar Hasnain Bahadur Dreshek and former advisor to PM on food security Jamshed Iqbal Cheema.

She said that Pakistan is an unfortunate country which is suffering from a food crisis despite being an agricultural land. In Pakistan, Sindh’s fat rats eat wheat while the hapless strata are humiliated like beggars to take wheat. Musarat Cheema said that the people will take revenge for hunger and poverty from this corrupt gang as dacoits of Sindh and the federal government are banging on the gate of the Punjab Assembly. By opening the mouths of the money-sacks, they are trying to save the corrupt anti-people system. PDM can gain a few days with its manoeuvring but cannot run away from the election, she said. The people will get rid of the thieves and robbers club, God willing, we have also made some plans and with the help of Allah Almighty, they will be given a surprise in the Punjab Assembly, she added.

Jamshed Cheema stated that there is no wheat crisis in Punjab and added that matters will be resolved in three days. Three and a half months of wheat is available in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, he said and added that the Punjab government will ensure the availability of wheat in all areas. He added that Punjab released 27 kg of flour per capita while Sindh released 11 kg per capita. Wheat became cheaper in the world from 4 to 6 dollars. The country’s warehouses are full of wheat, yet prices are rising, he remarked. Flour in Pakistan went from Rs 1300 to Rs 3000 per 20 kg. Pakistan has a demand of 27 million tonnes of wheat while 11 million tonnes is provided by the government on subsidy.