PTI blasts govt for not disclosing Toshakhana 50-year record

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Asad Umar
Asad Umar

Asad says Toshakhana record will expose all thieves

 

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leadership blasted the government for non-disclosure of the 50-year record of Toshakhana gifts despite the court’s orders, saying that if the Toshakhana records were made public it would expose all the thieves of the country.

PTI Central Secretary General Asad Umar and PTI Central Secretary Information Farrukh Habib said that the PTI Chairman Imran Khan disclosed all the records of the gifts received from the Toshakhana while the government of crooks was resisting the court orders fearing that it could put them in the troubled water.

Asad Umar raised a question that why the imported government was so reluctant to give the 50-year record of Toshakhana, which was being sought by the court. He said that the legs of all the thieves were trembling as the disclosure of the details of Toshakhana gifts would expose them.

Talking about the economic debacle, Asad Umar said that out of 22 sectors of large scale manufacturing, 15 have negative growth in July to November while four have zero growth. He went on to say that the devastation was widespread across the industrial landscape.

He further revealed that large scale manufacturing continued to shrink vs last year, as it downed 5.5% in in November as compared to the same month last year, adding that from July to December the large scale manufacturing down by 3.6%. “Each passing day of this imported government sinks Pakistan further into disaster,” he added.

Meanwhile, Farrukh Habib said that Imran Khan made public what he took from Toshakhana after making payment in accordance with the law. However, he said that the imported government was not submitting the records of Toshakhana to the court since inception of the country because it could open their own cases, as they were mercilessly looting Toshakhana in their tenures.