Shehbaz says Transparency International exposed rise of corruption in PTI govt
PDM rally in DG Khan, Fazl said to take streets if votes would be stolen in next elections.
Opposition Leader in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif addressing the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) rally in Dera Ghazi Khan Sunday said Transparency International had exposed that corruption had been a rise in the Imran Khan government.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) President said that the time of ending the Imran Khan government had come.
He said he had visited DG Khan in 2010 and distributed billions of rupees among the farmers and families facing heavy floods in the area. He said the rates of fertilizers had been doubled in the PTI government.
He said his government in Punjab established Danish Schools, DG Khan Medical College, RYK University under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif.
He said good times were coming and he would make South Punjab better than central Punjab and if he failed then his name should be changed.
He predicted that the sugar prices would be increased by Rs420 per kilogram if Prime Minister Imran would remain in power.
He said inflation was 3.5 per cent in the Nawaz Sharif government but now it had been increased to more than 14 per cent.
Addressing the PDM rally, Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUI) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said the PTI government was initially illegal but now it had proved itself as incompetent too.
He said the countries and states have been removed from the map of the world who were become financially weak. He said they would take the streets if the votes would be stolen in the next elections.
He said the Imran government had made jobless at least three million people despite its promises of giving employment to the youth.
The leadership of other parties included in the opposition alliance, PDM also addressed the rally and criticized the sitting PTI government. He said Pakistan was working as an American colony despite he had lost the status of superpower after getting defeated in Afghanistan.