Services to masses will continue despite opposition hurdles: Marvi


Staff Reporter

Thatta—Minister of State and BISP Chairperson Marvi Memon Saturday said despite hurdles being created by the opposition, the PML-N government under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif would continue to serve the masses and make Pakistan a developed and prosperous country.
The government, she said, had initiated many mega projects in various sectors, particularly in the energy sector, with the objective to provide maximum relief to the people and improve their living standards, but the opposition did not want their betterment. Marvi Memon was addressing a public gathering and later talking to the media at Ghulam Hussain Lakhatio village of Chhohar Jamali Taluka, Sujawal district.
She alleged that the opposition first tried to destabilize the national economy through their ‘negative politics’ and now again they had started a campaign against the government under the cover of Panama Papers Leaks. The Pakistan Muslim Government-Nawaz (PML-N) government, she said, however was fully committed to root out the corruption from the country.
It wanted an across the board accountability of all those who had looted the national exchequer. That was why the Prime Minister had announced to form a judicial commission and offered himself and his family for probe into the Panama Papers Leaks. She said the government’s sincerity could be gauged from the fact it had accepted all the demands of the opposition for preparation of Terms of References for the judicial commission. The gvernment, she added, was extending cooperation to the opposition, but the latter themselves were divided on the matter.
The people, she said, were fully aware that who were sincere with them and desired to provide them basic facilities at their doorsteps. The PML-N government was popular among the masses, which would be be witnessed in the 2018 general elections when Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his party would again emerge victorious, she said.

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