Winning of PK-8 reflects people’s trust in PML-N


Peshawar—Provincial President of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) Pir Sabir Shah Saturday said that wining of his party candidate in PK-8 Peshawar has proved that people rejected Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf led government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
He said this while addressing to a press conference here at Peshawar Press Club Pir Sabir Shah said that wining of his party candidate Arbab Wasim Hayat has proved that people want Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif government and termed it to the victory of PMLN in 2018 general elections. MPA Sobia Khan and Rehmat Salam Khattak were present on the occasion.
He said that PMLN government and Pakistan Army efforts has eliminated 90 percent terrorism from the country. He said that Balochistan, Karachi and some parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were no go areas but now the situations retuned to normalcy.
Criticizing the KP government he said that the provincial government was fail in restoration of peace in the province. He said that trade dealers due to receiving extortion letters on daily base have migrated to other parts of the country.
Pir Sabir Shah said that the provincial government would bring upcoming budget with Rs80 billion deficits while due to lack of proper implementation they have lapse 70 to 80 percent developmental budget.
Appreciating the federal government, Sabir Shah said that several developmental works have completed while large number of developmental works were under pro-gress. He said that loadshedding have been reduced in KP adding that it would be completely eliminated till 2018.
He said that China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a big project and it will bring real change in the country. Some people creating hurdle in the way of CPEC but they do not know that this project is how much important for the development of our country he added.
Sabir Shah pointed out the problems of Pakistani pilgrims in previous governments in return were criticized government arrangements for them but this time they have appreciated the effort of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif make for them both in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan.—APP

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