Friday, August 19, 2022

Imran Khan could not fulfill a single promise made to the nation in 4 years: Hamza Shahbaz

Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz has said that four sessions of Punjab Assembly were convened at a cost of Rs.

Addressing a press conference in Lahore, Hamza Shahbaz said that such a constitutional crisis had never occurred in the history of the Punjab Assembly for three months.

He said that the meeting continued for 48 hours and was adjourned, on the one hand the budget of the largest province was being presented and on the other hand the IG and Chief Secretary were being demanded to be presented.

“We were told to present the IG Punjab and other officers for pardon, so I thought at that time that Allah would ask me if the policeman was killed in front of you and you did not bring him to justice,” he said. Coins and presented to the IG in front of the beasts.

Hamza Shahbaz said that this nation has never faced such hunger and misery, I will lay down my life but I will not wait to give subsidy on flour to my people.

He said that Imran Khan could not fulfill a single promise made to the nation in 4 years.

He said that the nation has two paths, one is the path of truth which is on the path of progress while adhering to the principles adopted by Quaid-e-Azam while the other is the path of conspiracy and anarchy.

The Punjab Chief Minister said that the growth rate in the old Pakistan was 5.8% while the growth rate in the new Pakistan went to negative level.

He said that in the new Pakistan old mothers and daughters had to stand in queues for flour.

“It was repeatedly said that there would be a bloody march, but we withdrew our weapons from our police and gave only rubber bullets, but the chief ministers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan fired in the air at the police,” he said.

Hamza Shahbaz said that Imran Khan claimed that 2.5 million people would participate in the long march but in March only 2.49 million people were less and he was addressing them.

He said that Imran Khan had said that he would continue his sit-in at D-Chowk till the date of elections was announced, but in one night his wish was fulfilled and he went back to Bani Gala.

He said that cases of corruption were registered against him but the court ruled that no evidence of corruption was found.

The Chief Minister said that even today when I think of the policeman who was martyred during the march, I am saddened.

Referring to Imran Khan’s decision to open four constituencies in the last elections, he said that the Supreme Court had said that those constituencies should be opened but Imran Khan had refused to accept these results even then.

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