Sindh Minister for Information & Archives Saeed Ghani has said that the one year rule of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) had so far been full of blunders and despair. He said that incompetence, inexperience, ineptitude, incapability and self-righteousness are the hallmark of the PTI government.
In a statement issued here on Sunday, Saeed Ghani said that the promise of good governance seemed far from being fulfilled. Instead bedlam, dysfunctioning of administration, chaos and mayhem remained the buzzword during last one year, he added.
He said that leaders of the PTI should not have made overstatements before coming to the power. Saeed Ghani said that the people of the country went through the most difficult times of their lives during the last one year of the PTI regime.
The Provincial Minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was doing everything that he had censured the previous governments for. He said that the Prime Minister failed to deliver every promise he made before coming into the power and the performance of his cabinet during last year was quite reprehensible. Every such scheme that had been once labeled by Imran Khan as ‘legalized corruption’ had now been adopted by him, he added.
He said that people had been only given the pack of lies during last year. He said that for Imran Khan taking U-turns was the quality of a good leadership. He said that economic turmoil was another feature of PTI government during its first year. His so called austerity drive was also just nominal as the order of 70 luxury vehicles for his Punjab cabinet ministers was no more a secret, he maintained.
Saeed Ghani further stated that cost of these vehicles was much higher than the money fetched by selling the luxury vehicles of the Prime Minister House. The performance of the PTI for the last one year was neither striking nor impressive but it was full of lies and U-turns, he added.
He said that instead of creating 10 million jobs and building five million homes the PTI regime’s policies had resulted in unemployment and homelessness.