Inflation has broken common man’s back, says Shehbaz

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Our Correspondent
Dera Ghazi Khan

Opposition Leader in National Assembly and PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif on Sunday hit out at the PTI-led government saying that inflation and poverty have broken the common man’s backbone.

The PDM held a rally in Dera Ghazi Khan in view of the protest movement. Addressing a public gath-ering of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), the PML-N president said that the people are currently passing through a worst condition due to inflation, adding that the prices of medicines have been in-creased by 400 per cent.

Shehbaz Sharif also mentioned that today there is a record increase in unemployment and inflation, asking that who used to say that if the dollar is ex-pensive then the premier is a thief.

“I have come to my home in DG Khan. I had visited the every corner of South Punjab when the water was flooded here and thousands of homes drowned under the water in this area.”

Lambasting at the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) head and JUI-F chief said that the current rulers were ‘ille-gitimate’ but they also proved themselves as ‘incompetent’.

Addressing the public gathering of the PDM, Mau-lana Fazlur Rehman the betterment of the situation across country has become a challenge so all have to save country together.

He said that July 25, 2018 was the darkest day in the history of democracy and parliament.

“Today what have been done with the country, the millions of people have been made unemployed instead of pro-viding jobs,” he added.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that wherever our ruler goes today, he stands like a beggar, adding that the rate of GDP was 5 and half per cent during the tenure of previous government.

“Kashmir is bleed-ing but Pakistan is silent and we have left the people of Kashmir alone,” he maintained.

“Imran Khan was given the agenda to fail CPEC, today China is angry with us and this is our foreign policy. The whole region is developing economically but not ready to do business with Pakistan.

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