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Omar Ayoub says Govt built on crutches cannot last long

By News Desk

April 20, 2024 07:26 PM


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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf general secretary and opposition leader in national assembly Omar Ayub vowed on Saturday, a government built on crutches cannot last long, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Speaking to media persons at Mandi Bahauddin, he turned down any deal going on with the establishment.

He emphasized the drastic decline in business activities in the country.

The national economy and business activities in Pakistan have reduced by 90% after the implementation of the London Plan, he claimed.

The opposition leader claimed that PTI founder Imran Khan is the only leader in the country who can take the country out of the quagmire of problems.

Cases against Imran Khan are proving one by one bogus, he added.

Terming the six parties’ public rally in Balochistan successful, Ayub challenged the ruling elite to organize a single rally in Balochistan province.

PTI leader said that the party alliance will hold rallies across the country including Balochistan and Sindh.

“We will win the seats despite pre-polls rigging of the government in the by-election, Omar Ayub vowed.

Ayub predicted dire consequences for Pakistan due to massive rigging in the 2024 elections by the Election Commission of Pakistan.

“People's anger is increasing day by day. What the Election Commission has done, Pakistan will have to pay a heavy price for it”, he maintained.

He reiterated claims of a stolen mandate, fueling further distrust in the government's legitimacy.   “The whole world knows that the mandate of PTI has been stolen.”

Criticizing the government wheat policy, he said the policymakers have made a policy by eating poppy seeds. He feared that hoarders and middlemen would earn billions of rupees at the expense of ordinary citizens struggling to afford necessities.

“People are not getting bread worth Rs 16 and nan worth Rs 20, he claimed.

“The Petroleum Minister has lied on the assembly floor.”

Ayub criticized Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif, asserting that they should have been in the dock for their purported misdeeds.

He dismissed Zardari's moniker of 'Ten Percent,' dubbing him 'Mr. Hundred Percent about his alleged involvement in corruption.

He also lamented that the government has robbed people's pockets after increasing POL prices.

“Petrol diesel electricity and gas prices will increase further,” he cautioned.

He said Asif Zardari could not even give a speech in the National Assembly properly.


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