Imran, Zardari lack passion for public service: CM Shehbaz

Says Imran lied to nation, wasted their time under guise of ‘change’

News Desk April 26, 2018
CM Punjab Shehbaz Sharif. PHOTO: AFP

Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, criticising his political opponents, said Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan lacked passion for public service, Express News reported.

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president alleged Imran had lied to the nation and wasted the peoples time under the guise of ‘change’. He also claimed that upholders’ of change were responsible for the deteriorating condition of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Reiterating that Zardari and Imran had done nothing for the respective provinces, Sindh and K-P, he said both leaders lackedthe passion to work for the people. Shehbaz said his heart aches seeing the current situation of the ‘city of lights’

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The chief minister is frequently critical of PTI and PPP leaders. In March, CM Shehbaz had said that Imran and Zardar had "miserably failed in their respective provinces as they did nothing for the betterment of the people".
“Zardari’s government has turned Karachi into Mohenjo Daro and the government of Naizi sahib [Imran Khan] has pushed Peshawar into darkness. Zardari and Niazi have made alliance. However people are well aware of their coalition because both of them have done nothing in their provinces and therefore they are now afraid to confront the public,” said the PML-N leader.


Manzoor Ahmed | 3 years ago | Reply This is the same Zardari who thanked Nawaz Sharif for assisting in completing the 5 years of ppp in power. This is the same shobaaz who said he would drag zardari on the roads throughout Pakistan to ensure swiss accounts were bought back to Pakistan. So who is the liar and drama queen here. Shobaaz sharif cant stop lying about everything because that's what he does best and now cheap point scoring. His number is close in getting disqualified and hopefully capital punishment for his crimes against Pakistan.
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