Sarwar lays stress on joint efforts to overcome the financial crisis
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Former governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said that the government should take tough decisions after dialogue to save the country from bankruptcy, 24NewsHD TV channel reported Sunday.
Sarwar said the political parties should bring in electoral reforms after deliberations to evert controversies, he told the media in Dubai during his visit to UAE.
During his visit to UAE, Sarwar called on the ex-pats and said an organization of Overseas Pakistanis has formed Pakistan Club and will soon have its representatives all over the world.
The country was on the verge of bankruptcy due to wrong economic measures, the ex-governor said and admitted the provincial and national members failed to deliver.
Sarwar said that he did not want to talk much about the statement of conspiracy against the PTI government. However, he said the PTI has been regaining its vote bank after Iman Khan claimed that a US-backed plot was concocted against his rule.
Imran Khan’s remarks against Maryam Nawaz, Sarwar stressed that politicians should not cross the redline.