Devoid of foreign, economic policies, govt opts to beg for money: Bilawal

PPP chief says the PTI-led govt has failed to honour any of the promises made under the 100-day agenda


News Desk November 07, 2018
PPP chief says the PTI-led govt has failed to honour any of the promises made under the 100-day agenda. PHOTO: FILE

Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said the government doesn't have a foreign or economic policy; the only policy it has it to beg.

"The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf's government has just 10 days to fulfill its 100-days agenda," Bilawal told reporters following the National Assembly's session. "None of those promises have been fulfilled so far."

The PPP chief said an increase in the prices of gas and oil have burdened the masses.

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Bilawal recalled that PM Imran had promised he would not beg to the world community for aid, but yet his government chose the path of begging.

"The government has added more burden on the common man," the PPP chief lamented. "It seems the storm of inflation will only get worse in the days to come."

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that it seems that the government is taking a “U-turn” even in when it comes to establishing the state's writ.

COMMENTS (3)

Striver | 3 years ago | Reply Bilawal's foolish criticism has shown up his lack of insight into the issues he is trying to take-on He has a long way to go yet.
numbersnumbers | 3 years ago | Reply Note that Bilawal somehow neglected to give media sources detailed insight into any of his “economic policies” that would allegedly solve Pakistan’s fiscal problems!!! Wonder Why!
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