Imported govt taking country to verge of collapse: Mahmood


Says conglomerate of incompetent rulers destroyed economy

Tariq Saeed

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has come hard on the PDM ruling alliance saying the “Imported government has put the country on the verge of collapse. “The imported government has brought the country to brink of bankruptcy in a few months after coming into power and caused irreparable loss to the economy”.

The CM KP expressed this while addressing the Parliamentary Party Meeting of PTI held here on Monday. He stated that the conglomerate of incompetent rulers have destroyed the economy of country besides making the life of people miserable by unprecedented inflation. He further said that high inflation has made access to basic needs impossible for majority of the population with concerns running high over the absence of a clear roadmap to combat the current situation.

Mahmood Khan said that, relief and rehabilitation of flood hit people is our collectively responsibility but unfortunately the imported government is also politicizing this national cause adding that it is a regrettable and reprehensible act of the imported government to politicize telethon held for fund raising to mitigate the sufferings of flood affectees.

He said that Imran Khan is the only leader who has the ability to steer the country out of the economic crisis and put the economy on the right track. He added that Imran Khan not only represents a particular area or province, the is the only leader that represents the entire federation due to which the popularity of Tehreek-e-Insaf and Imran Khan is increasing with every passing day.

Mahmood Khan added that the corrupt mafia have now resorted to empty slogans and political victimization void of any truth. The Chief Minister made it clear that every worker of PTI stood firmly by Imran Khan and will support leader on every front adding that PTI was the only national party which has deep roots in every province of Pakistan.


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