PTI a combination of turncoats, land grabbers: PPP

By: News Desk
Published: 03:41 PM, 12 May, 2020
PTI a combination of turncoats, land grabbers: PPP
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Sindh government spokesperson Senator Murtaza Wahab on Tuesday described both the coronavirus and the PTI as pandemic, as he blasted Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi for accusing the PPP of promoting provincialism, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Addressing a press conference in Karachi, Murtaza asked Qureshi to explain from where the smell of hate was coming and why Prime Minister Imran Khan had been avoiding visiting Sindh.

Speaking on the occasion, Sindh IT Minister Nawab Taimur Talpur said the PTI comprised 25 percent turncoats from PPP and 25 percent from PML-N, while the rest were land grabbers.

Blasting the PTI for having so many spokespersons, he questioned in what capacity Shahbaz Gill was a spokesperson as he did not have any office.

Separately, the PPP Imran to attend the National Assembly session, as Nafisa Shah said the Parliament should be taken into confidence over important decisions.

According to 24NewsHD TV channel, Nafisa, who is the PPP information secretary, said it was unfortunate to see that the prime minister didn’t come to the House even in the current situation, adding that the opposition was waiting for details of the government strategy.

Describing it as a proof of the non-seriousness on the part of Imran, she said the government did not take the Parliament into confidence over important decisions including those related to the economy.

The remarks came as PPP Senator Sherry Rehman in her speech on the floor of the National Assembly asked where the prime minister was, adding that who was running the country’s affairs.

She said a crazy lockdown was being witnessed in the country as she questioned what the government strategy was to tackle the coronavirus.

She also criticised the government for statements given by the ruling party leaders and said it wasn’t the PPP to start a debate on the 18th Amendment.A person is missing and that missing person is the prime minister, Sherry said.