Saeed Ghani: PTI established itself as an anti-people entity, NAB Amendment Ordinance introduced to save Imran Khan, cronies

Islamabad, 28 December 2019: Provincial Information Minister Sindh Saeed Ghani has said that government by bringing an ordinance about NAB laws is an effort to protect a few of its cronies. Saeed Ghani, addressing a Press Conference at Media Office Islamabad along with Nazir Dhoki, said that NAB is a black law and people are committing suicide because of it.

Saeed Ghani further said that PTI government to adjust its own workers in BISP Program, has removed over 0.8 million people from this program. He said that these people who have been removed from BISP Program were not PPP workers or supporters; rather they were the poor people of Pakistan who feel difficulty in making ends meet.

The PTI anti-people government has once again burdened the poor people by increasing gas and electricity tariffs. Electricity and gas are in the domain of federal government and the government cannot put blame on any province. He said that the public gathering in Liaqat Bagh shows that the people have reiterated their resolve to side with Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. He criticised the government for levelling false accusations against political opponents. The government is trying to hide behind its lies because Sindh has first right of use of its natural resources and Sindh is a province which produces 70% of the total produce. This is a violation of constitution because Article 158 of the constitution protects the rights of provinces.

The government is incapable and is unable to run the country. Sindh is treating people for heart diseases from all over the country and the hospital in Gumbat is performing liver transplant free of cost. People have rejected all political orphans in Sindh and soon, these orphans will be rejected all over the country. PPP will never allow this anti-people government to snatch the rights of the poor people of Pakistan, he concluded.

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