First build trust, then come back to PDM, Khaqan Abbasi tells PPP
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi talking to newsmen.
Former prime minister and PML-N senior leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Tuesday said that it’s up to PPP if it wants to come back to the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
“If there will be trust deficit on the part of the PPP then there would be no chance of coming back into the PDM,” Abbasi commented while talking to media persons outside an accountability court in Islamabad.
He said “Only Imran Khan can tell in which world he lives? Because every citizen of the country is worried. Punjab has the worst government in history, there is no officer who is appointed without bribery.”
Abbasi criticised Prime Minister Imran Khan’s statement in which he claimed the country is making progress. He said the premier should tell the people in which sector the country is making progress.
PML-N senior leader said that no one knows about the future of the country as the incumbent government is the most incompetent government.
He suggested that the solution to prevent coronavirus spread is not lockdown but mask and vaccination. Abbasi opined that the government should buy 500 million vaccine shots and administer it to the citizens.