Govt-PTI blame game going strong amid drowning Pakistan!

Tarin expressed his views that Miftah should seek forgiveness from the people of Pakistan for causing misery and highest inflation in our history.

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Recent clashes between Pakistan Tahreek-I-Insaf (PTI) party and the coalition government have created complete chaos. It began with the letter written by Finance Minister Khyber PakhtunKhwa Taimur Jhagra to the Finance Minister Miftah Ismail after which the latter blamed former for sending it directly to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). However, Jhagra said, “if Miftah proves that I have sent the letter to the IMF, then I will resign.”

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The conflict took over the Twitter where politicians continued to bash each other.

Miftah Ismail retweeted a journalist’s tweet in his favor denying the stance of Shaukat Tarin that Miftah Ismail should apologize for saying that PTI had tried to block that IMF programme because the IMF has now approved the programme.

Finance Minister not only retweeted, but also spiced it up by adding, “Tarin and Jhagra should hang their heads in shame and seek forgiveness from the people of Pakistan.”

In response to this statement, former Minister for Finance Shaukat Tarin shared the tweet on his account and replied, “Miftah, for asking you to think of the marooned people of the country, we have nothing to be ashamed off.”

Tarin expressed his views that Miftah should seek forgiveness from the people of Pakistan for causing misery and highest inflation in our history.

He added, “your own party wants you to go.”

Blame game between both the parties is going strong while the country is drowning in floods. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) vice-president Maryam Nawaz Sharif visited Taunsa to see the flood-stricken people. The PML-N leader was seen interacting with the flood affected people. While talking on the occasion, she said that the government is doing its best for the relief of the people affected by floods. However, during her visit, no news about providing aid to the flood victims was surfaced which caused disappointment.

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On the other hand, PTI Chairman and former Prime Minster Imran Khan held an international telethon to raise funds from within the country and overseas Pakistanis for the flood victims.  In just 3 hours telethon by Imran Khan for flood relief crossed Rs.500 crore or Rs.5 billion.

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