Fawad says Shehbaz Sharif can’t go abroad without paying looted money
Shahbaz Gill says all conspiracies will fail in future too to bring in-house change
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Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain Wednesday said his government will not allow Shehbaz Sharif to go abroad without paying the looted money.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, he was addressing a condolence reference in the memory of senior journalist Rahimullah Yousafzai and Dr Hafiz Sanaullah at the press club in Peshawar.
Fawad said the former rulers are trying to create anarchy in the country to run away abroad. He said the one who leaves Imran will become zero at this stage.
He said the Prime Minister has not finished the problems in the last three years but made a basis of a ‘State of Madina’.
Fawad said Pakistani media is amongst the most independent media around the world. He said journalists have had a hard time, and 100 big companies have made a profit of 929 billion but did not share it with workers.
The Minister said the government, under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, has put the country on the track of development.
He said despite the challenge of a global pandemic of Coronavirus, the government successfully carried on progress in fields of health, agriculture and industry.
Separately, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Shahbaz Gill held a press conference in Faisalabad and said that the opposition has already failed to bring in-house change 36 times and all conspiracies will fail in the future as well.
Reporter: Umair Azmat