Govt struck in political, economic crisis: Sh Rasheed

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Awami Muslim League (AML) chief and former interior minister Sheikh Rasheed on Sunday claimed that the countdown has begun for the government, and this week is decisive. In a statement on Twitter, said that the government is stuck in a political, economic and deployment crisis.

Further explaining the perplexed situation of the incumbent government he added that “it’s unaware of earthly realities and is suspended in the air, neither its hands touching the sky nor its feet touching the earth.” According to the AML chief the rulers are in denial of the reality that things are getting out of their control and the government is stuck in a chaotic situation. Imran Khan will be given a historic welcome at Committee Chowk on November 26, he said.

On the other hand PTI leader Ali Haider Zaidi has said that the party’s long march towards Islamabad was not for “any appointment” but aimed at bringing rule of law in the country. Meanwhile Former minister and AML chief Sheikh Rashid has said that “backdoor negotiations” with President Arif Alvi were underway.

AML chief Sheikh Rashid talks to media persons in Lahore. He said that PTI chairman Imran Khan “has no interest” in the appointment of the army chief. “He just wants the selection to be made on merit.” Rashid also met Imran at the former premier’s residence in the city earlier in the day. Talking to journalists afterward, he said that doctors had advised Imran not to travel, adding that there was still a threat to the PTI chief’s life.—INP

 

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