Niazi govt halted development of Pakistan: Wahab


Staff Reporter

Advisor to Chief Minister Sindh on Information, Law and Anti-Corruption Barrister Murtaza Wahab has said that due to the anti-masses policies of the Federal Government 220 million people are being exploited of their basic rights. This he said in a statement issued here today. He said that the unsuccessful economic policies of the Federal government have also been endorsed by the report of State Bank of Pakistan and inflation is being increased day by day. The Advisor further said that the economic deterioration is due to the policies of the Federal Government.
He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan Niazi has promised tall claims from the masses adding that the State Bank of Pakistan in its report revealed that the economic situation would further deteriorate in the coming days. The livelihood of the poor will become more difficult. It is better that the Prime Minister Niazi accept his defeat and beg pardon from the masses. Wahab said that by accepting his mistake it may be possible that the circumstances might improve.
He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan Niazi has once again taken a u-turn and not he is claiming that he would build ten thousand houses within one and a half year whereas before election he was claiming that he would build 5 million houses. Wahab said that the incompetent Government which promised 5 million housing units for the poor, is, in fact depriving them of their existing shelters. The poor’s modest little houses are being pulled down in ‘Naya Pakistan’ he questioned. Barrister Murtaza Wahab further added that as per the report of State Bank of Pakistan the foreign investment declined by half and the targets of export will not be achieved. Foreign Investment and exports are decreasing and showing an alarming condition while the country requires foreign exchange.
He said that the report discloses that there is no hope of betterment in the coming year. Advisor Information said that the PTI Government has compelled the industrialists to shut down their industries by increasing gas prices.