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PTI failed in resolving people’s problems: Siraj

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Ameer Jamaat e Islami, Senator Siraj-ul-Haq has said that if the PTI government could not solve people’s problems, it should admit its failure.

Addressing a press conference, he said that the masses had not voted for the PTI to unleash price spiral in which it became difficult for the common man to earn two times meals.

He said the JI would launch the movement for a Southern Punjab province, however, he said the previous Bahawalpur province should also be restored. He said it was surprising that there is neither a flood nor an earthquake, nor is the country in a state of war, yet the Pak rupee is falling.

Ameer Jamaat e Islami, Senator Siraj-ul-Haq has said that if the PTI government could not solve people’s problems, it should admit its failure.

He said the PTI had promised a change but the change the masses were experiencing was that of unending price hike and new taxes. He said that the nation was perplexed over the worsening economic crises in the country while the rulers were talking of Basant and merrymaking.

The JI Chief said that billions of rupees were being spent on the parliament but its legislation work was negligible. He said the PTI had promised ten million jobs for the youth but instead, hundreds of peoples were being rendered jobless through the anti-encroachment drive.

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He said the JI wants that the government to complete its five-year term so that the problems of the people could be solved. He said the opposition parties planned to launch movement but the opposition leaders should first decide whether they wanted to grind their own axe or they had the public good in their mind.

Siraj deplored that a suggestion to recognize Zionist Israel state had been made in the National Assembly while a Bill tabled by a Hindu MNA seeking the ban on liquor had been sabotaged by the government and the opposition MNAs. He noted that the three major political parties in the parliament had joined hands to support the release of Christian woman Aasia Masih, who had been charged with blasphemy.


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