Mafias trying to foil PM Imran’ reforms agenda: Firdous

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Fasial Khawar Butt

Silakot

Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan on Sunday said that mafias are trying to foil the reforms agenda of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Addressing a presser, she said that the people had witnessed the government tenures where judges were threatened to change their decisions and politics were played in the name of reconciliation and NROs.
“However, the masses now want a change in this system and stand alongside Imran Khan for fulfilling the dream of a Pakistan envisioned by Quaid-e-Azam [Muhammad Ali Jinnah],” she said and added that people know that only Imran Khan had the ability to change this system. She said that the corrupt mafia knows that their failure lies in the success of Imran Khan and therefore they created a flour and sugar crisis in the country. “We have come to know of a network behind the fake sugar crisis,” she said, adding that people invested their money in crops to whiten their black money.
She blamed that the wheat was stored in godowns using black money but the prime minister has directed the provincial governments to take stern action against the hoarders.

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