‘Time to end NAB, Niazi nexus’: Shehbaz

Observer Report

Pakistan Muslim League-N President Shehbaz Sharif has urged his party workers to “prepare” as the time had come to “end the nexus between the National Accountability Bureau and Prime Minister Imran Khan.”

During an address in Lahore on Thursday, the Opposition Leader in the National Assembly said that Pakistan’s economy has been destroyed during the tenure of Imran Khan in the last three-and-a-half years.

“Hundreds of thousands of people have lost their jobs. They [PTI] had promised 5 million houses but they haven’t laid a single brick during this time,” he added.

The PML-N stalwart said that the government From Page One

officials had only put up plaques over the projects initiated during the tenure of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. “If you [Imran Khan] liked to put up plaques so much then you should have been given this task only.”

Shehbaz said that Premier Imran destroyed those who gave him votes but the time to put up plaques had ended now. “Now, the time had come when the people will start grabbing them by their collars.”

The opposition leader also said that the PTI government had handed over Pakistan to the International Monetary Fund and added that despite having an ample amount of electricity and gas, the incompetent government is unable to provide both to the masses.

He said that despite the surfacing of a number of corruption scandals including Malam Jabba, gas, medicine, sugar and rice, no one had taken any action.

Shehbaz Sharif said politics should be done only to address grievances of masses, give support to widows and orphans, provide medical facilities to the poor, eliminate.


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