PPP rejects plane crash report, demands PM’s resignation
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Women leader of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) have rejected the report of plane crash which was presented by the aviation minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan and demanded the resignation of the prime minster and the aviation minister.
Addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Thursday, Dr Nafisa Shah, Palwasha Khan and Senator Rubina Khalid said that this report should have gone to the committee first and then to the House. The pilot has been accused and the licenses of the pilots have been suspected. They said that the person whose own degree is suspected is talking about the pilots' degrees.
They said that Qazi Faez Isa was threatened but the 'Riasat-e-Madina' is sleeping. Who are the people who are threatening a judge of the highest court of Pakistan?
The PPP women leaders said that this has happened the first time in the history of Pakistan that the federal ministers are fighting each other. There are also complaining about the advisors brought in from abroad. Pakistan Peoples Party has always taken along every party on national issues.
They said that pilots were worried about Covid-19 because SOPs are not being followed on the aircrafts. They said that during PPP government, only lower grade employees were appointed in PIA. Palwasha Khan said that messages are being sent to Justice Qazi Faez Isa and both husband and wife are fighting for justice.
They said that during this PTI government, every sector is suffering because of incapability and inefficiency of the rulers. They demanded to register FIR against the prime minister and the advisor Zulfi Bukhari for every life lost due to Covid-19.
Senator Rubina Khalid said that for nine million population of Malakand Division, there is only a 150 bed hospital where oxygen is not being provided to the patients. The president of PIA Labour Union Hidayatullah said that four to five thousand employees are being laid off from PIA. This is economic murder of poor people in the country.