Govt stance on CPEC same as Pakistan's enemies

Won't allow PTI undermine Pak-China strategic partnership, says PML-N leader

News Desk September 10, 2018
Leader of the opposition in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif. PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Shehbaz Sharif has called out the government on it's position on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project by saying that "it is the same as the nation's enemies".

Shehbaz made the comments in his media talk outside the parliament on Monday, according to Express News.

'First the government announced that they would increase gas prices, but now we are hearing that they are backtracking on this, what are they trying to prove with this indecision," he said.

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The former chief minister of Punjab said that the CPEC project is a game changer for the region and is in the best interests of the nation.

The PML-N leader also spoke out on Twitter against the government by saying, "Pakistanis are shocked at the irresponsibility of the PTI government, which is trying to undermine Pakistan-China strategic partnership".

He added that the government is speaking in the voice of our enemies on CPEC.

Shehbaz said that the opposition would not allow such conspiracies to take root against the all weather Pak-China friendship.


Humza | 3 years ago | Reply What does anyone expect from PTI. We all remember Imran Khan calling CPEC a joke that was being used by PML N to fool the nation. Imran Khan's plan was to scare off the Chinese leader during his dharnas which is why so many of the projects were delayed. Pakistanis need to speak out to make sure that Imran Khan and PTI do not make a u turn on CPEC projects which will benefit Pakistan in the long term by setting the framework for the economy. Imran Khan and his followers were against taking CPEC loans even though the economic benefit will be there for generations to come but since PTI has no plan, they are only good at name calling and blaming others for nothing.
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