Lashing out: PML-N’s Captain Safdar warns PTI of severe reaction

Says latter is conspiring against Mansehra district government


Our Correspondent February 08, 2016
Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar. PHOTO: FILE

MANSEHRA: The MNA of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz from NA-21 Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar has warned the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government to desist from conspiring against the PML-N district government in Mansehra.

He said this while talking to journalists in Mansehra on Monday. Safdar is married to Maryam Nawaz Sharif.

He added Sardar Said Ghulam who led the district government of Mansehra, was elected under the local government act. If the provincial government does not stop conspiring against it, PML-N would react in a way that the effects would be felt in Peshawar, warned Safdar. He lashed out at PTI Chairperson Imran Khan, questioning his claim of change.

“Patients are dying without medicines and health care facilities, while children at government schools don’t even have mats to sit on – is this the change he introduced?” asked Safdar. He also criticised the Billion Tree Tsunami project, calling it a fraud which will unravel when the project will come to an end.

CPEC

Safdar also discussed the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. He said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would inaugurate the second phase of CPEC from Havelian to Shinkiari by the end of February.

He added the 66-kilometre-long corridor will have two tunnels, two-kilometre-long each that will be constructed by a Chinese company.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 9th,  2016.

 

COMMENTS (1)

azmat | 5 years ago | Reply is he still married to Maryam Nawaz Shareef? Rumour has it that they have been separated but Nawaz Shareef has managed to keep a lid on it to avoid any political setbacks. His only claim to fame is that his wife is the PMs daughter and he is threatening IK with dire consequences :))
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