Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah hit out at Finance Minister Asad Umar by saying that he has left the economy in a doldrums.
Speaking to the media in Faisalabad on Sunday, Sanaullah said, "Their [PTI government] Aristotle [Umar] has left Pakistan's economy in dire straits."
He said that all parties must band together to form a 'national government' as the current setup is not fit to the run the country, Express News reported.
The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leadership is incapable of helping the country's people in any way, he added.
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Referring to recent 'misunderstanding' between Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid and Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, the former Punjab law minister claimed that the government's own minister's are busy quarreling among themselves.
He said the only way forward is to form a national government comprising all political parties of the country, which he added will be able to turnaround the current situation in two years.
"The dollar's value has soared while our prime minister is advocating owning chickens and eggs and buffaloes," he remarked. "On the other hand, eggs of Imran Khan's chicken have turned out to be rotten," he added.
Sanaullah also lambasted Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) leader Pervez Elahi and the PTI federal ministers for facing corruption references. He said the PML-N leadership had only refrained from staging protest sit-ins so that democracy is not derailed.
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