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Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar has said that Pakistan deviated from its true destination owing to wrong policies of the previous rulers. While terming the ex-leaders as culprits, Punjab CM said the nation was treated unjustly by exhausting the country’s assets over show-off projects.
“People were deprived of basic rights in the past as the rulers laid stress only on increasing their personal wealth and neglected the masses altogether,” Buzdar said. He said that “Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government is rectifying the mistakes made by the erstwhile governments”, adding that Pakistan is moving towards its true destination under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The Special Assistant on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan had said that courts and institutions were free in Naya Pakistan and no one was above the law.
“Naya Pakistan is a Pakistan of a common man, and we believe that the national assets belong to the people,” he said.
No Room for Corruption in Naya Pakistan: Governor
Earlier in February, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar had said that there was no room for corruption, injustice and oppression in Naya Pakistan.
Holding corrupt individuals accountable is the strength of a democracy and is not a sign of weakness, he had said. “The PTI government’s vision is to uplift the socio-economic mobility of the common man,” he maintained. There will be no compromise on the issue of free and fair accountability, he had, adding that anyone involved in corrupt practices would be held accountable.
Sarwar too had expressed that Pakistan would rise under the leadership of PM Khan in the coming months. He had said that PM Khan was the only leader with a vision after Quaid-e-Azam. “I have been inspired by many political leaders in history but the prime minister’s charismatic personality has inspired me a lot,” he said.
Courts, Institutions Free in Naya Pakistan: Firdous Ashiq Awan
Meanwhile, it was reported, the Special Assistant on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan had said that courts and institutions were free in Naya Pakistan and no one was above the law.
While commenting on Hamza Shahbaz’s arrest, Awan had said that the National Accountability Bureau is an independent organization and government has nothing to do with it.
She said the arrest of influential people is an endorsement of PM Khan’s narrative of accountability across the board. Lamenting the posture of opposition on the arrest of corrupt elements, Awan had said that they were oblivious to the problems of masses but were protecting their own vested interests.