Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) President Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has attacked the Imran Khan government. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday accused the Imran Khan government of rendering hundreds of families homeless by demolishing houses of common people in the name of rising unemployment and anti-encroachment campaigns.
Addressing a press conference at Malkani House Makli, PPP chief Zardari said it has become absolutely clear that Prime Minister Imran Khan has failed miserably with his work and the whole world knows this. Alleging that hundreds of families were rendered homeless, Zardari also said that the mindless and unplanned economic policies of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government have left people homeless.
Zardari also raised questions about the election promises made by Imran Khan, mainly to create jobs for 10 million unemployed youth, construction of 50 lakh houses for the poor, planting billions of trees among many others. promises are included. He further said that the Prime Minister laid off hundreds of employees of Pakistan Steel Mills, Sui Southern Gas Company and other organizations.
Zardari once again hit out at PM Imran Khan by terming him a “mindless leader” and said there was no other option but to take to the streets and launch a massive protest campaign to remove Imran.
Local media have reported that three years after the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) formed the government in Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan has failed to deliver on the promises made to the people in his party’s 2018 manifesto. The News International said that in areas where the government had promised to do the right thing, the ground reality is fragile and Imran Khan’s ignorance can also be seen in those areas.
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Imran Khan also appointed six new Federal Board of Revenue chiefs in the last three years. But even after this reshuffle, all proved unable to give results. According to a report by Pakistan’s Ministry of Energy, circular debt has almost doubled in the last three years.