PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry held the federal government responsible for the current state of affairs in the country. Taking to Twitter, he claimed that there had been a “52 per cent increase in terrorist incidents since Operation Regime Change”.
He alleged that the government had stopped allocating funds to the tribal areas which should have been prioritised. He lamented that a sinking economy and lack of governance was bringing more destruction for Pakistan.
On the other hand PTI leader Asad Umar talked about his experience of interacting with “thousands of people” during the party’s long march redux. “Saw their amazing spirit of generosity, the sincerity of their affection, hope in their eyes. It is truly tragic that a corrupt elite has exploited them and enriched themselves,” he said.
To realise the dreams of these people we need a country which takes its own decisions and is subservient to none. A country in which all power flows from it’s citizens. A country in which individuals are not bigger than institutions and institutions are not bigger than the nation,” he said.—INP