Getting country rid of ‘Project Imran’ govt’s biggest success: Marriyum

Minister says Project Imran pushed country towards economic bankruptcy: Pays glowing tributes to polio workers’ services

By: News Desk
Published: 04:31 PM, 20 Jan, 2023
Getting country rid of ‘Project Imran’ govt’s biggest success: Marriyum
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While responding to the statement of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, Federal Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb said that the biggest success of the coalition government was to rid the country of Project Imran, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

“We got the country rid of the biggest foreign agent, Fitnah and mafia. We have always brought the country and the economy out of trouble,” she stated.

“The Project Imran pushed the country towards economic bankruptcy. Today, there is inflation, economic collapse and political instability in the country due to Project Imran,” she deplored.

“In 2018, the Pakistan Muslim League (N) had given historic economic stability to the country and cheap bread, sugar flour, electricity, gas and petrol to the people,” she maintained.

“In 2018, the PML-N had given employment to the youth, development to the country, China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and 14,000 megawatts of electricity,” she added.

“Pakistan was free from terrorism. The country was given a historic 6.2 per cent growth and the completion of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme,” she stated.

“In four years, the Project Imran brought the country near economic bankruptcy and left the youth unemployed. In four years, the Project Imran stopped development and gave the country terrorism,” she lambasted.

“In four years, the Project Imran gave the country poverty, inflation, and expensive flour, sugar, pulses and oil. Today, bread is expensive in the country because of the Project Imran,” he added.

“Today, the IMF programme with strict conditions is the gift of the Project Imran to the people. Today, expensive electricity and gas in the country is due to the Project Imran,” she castigated.

“What will happen today by continuously demanding elections after four years of destruction and inflation?” she questioned.

“Imran Khan can talk about the election which can impose him on the country like in 2018. He cannot fight the election,” she stated.

The information minister also paid glowing tributes to the services of polio workers, stating that the struggle to end the deadly disease of polio was going on in the country in the most difficult conditions.

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