‘Bloody March’ cannot be a democratic practice, warns govt
Marriyum Aurangzeb says govt will save nation from PTI’s planned chaotic show in Islamabad
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Taking a jibe at Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s millions march towards Islamabad which its leaders proclaim may turn chaotic, the PML-N has said that staging a ‘Bloody March’ is in no way a democratic right, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Addressing a presser on Saturday, federal Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb warned the PTI leadership that the ‘Bloody March’ was not a democratic practice and the government wanted to save the nation from this chaotic show, the PTI was planning to hold.
However, Ms Aurangzeb did not elaborate how the government would stop this ‘Bloody March’. She held that the PTI wanted to create anarchy in the country.
Lashing out at former prime minister Imran Khan, the information minister held him responsible for all the banes of country including sky rocketing inflation, economic sluggishness and depreciation of Pakistani rupee.
She maintained that inept rulers remained stuck to power for four years. She took swipe at Imran for launching an assault on country’s constitution and parliament. She was of the view that the former premier wanted to stage a drama.
On the blatant use of state resources by the previous rulers, Ms Aurangzeb lamented that they used official helicopters at whim. She wondered how come the PTI chief was still using state resources with such impunity. She showed pictures of a helicopter used by the PTI leader during a public meeting in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the media personnel.
The information minister also castigated the former rulers for introducing anti-media laws. She rued that for four years, the PTI had been running its government through presidential ordinances.