Only Mafias, ATMs benefitting from ‘stable’ economy: Wahab

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Spokesperson of Sindh Government and Advisor for Law and Environment & Coastal Development Barrister Murtaza Wahab has said that the purpose of my press conference today is to identify the worst problem facing Pakistanis and to inform the Prime Minister who is unaware of the problems of the people.

He said that the Prime Minister of every individual from the common man had really made a fuss.

I request the Prime Minister that Khan Sahib, it is time to get down from the throne and come to the floor because mafias and ATMs have been benefiting from your unwise steps but the people have been left behind and Khan Sahib is not tired of saying that economy has been stabilised.

He askedif the economy has stabilized, then why was the inflation rate higher than 8% in February and will rise to 9.7% next month.

He said that if the economy was moving in the right direction then why the common man was not getting its fruits.  And why are some ATMs benefiting from the strength of the economy?

He expressed these views while addressing a press conference in the committee room of Sindh Assembly Building here on Thursday.

He said that if the federal government had achieved tax target then why 80.2 billion had been reduced to Sindh in the current financial year.  Because we have to ask questions. The facts contradict the claims of the interpreters.

He added that external debt has increased by 12% but PTI leaders

It is said that the trade deficit had been reduced and the data of February shown that exports had decreased by 4% and imports had increased but the Prime Minister does not agree.

He said that PTI had promised to provide employment and jobs but not a single promise was fulfilled.

Spokesperson of Sindh Government and Advisor for Law and Environment & Coastal Development Barrister Murtaza Wahab  said that the Prime Minister made people unemployed and told them to eat from Ehsas Center.

The Sindh government Spokesperson, while answering the questions of the journalists, said that he respects the courts and judges but the decision should not be taken without hearing someone.

 

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