Public attention being diverted from actual issues; Senator Perveiz Rashid

Says distraction will not help PTI govt to hide its inability to understand and resolve the issues of our country

Our Correspondent May 06, 2020
Pervaiz Rashid. PHOTO: FILE

LAHORE: It is not the time to discuss internal differences of our party, hypothetical or otherwise, we have to maintain unity to take down the incompetent Pakistan Tehreeq-e-Insaf government, Senator Perveiz Rashid said.

He said that the interview of the party president was being used as distraction, to divert public attention from massive governance failures of the government. He said previously the media debate on 18 amendment and removal of Firdos Ashiq Awan was also used as a smoke screen to conceal the incompetence of the government. He said that these distraction will not help PTI government to hide its inability to understand and resolve the issues of our country. Come what may, party stands united behind its leadership and recognizes that the only way to tackle with the challenges being faced by PMLN, was to remain united. Our party is focused on exposing lies and u turns of the PTI government.

Party Punjab Spokesperson Azma Bukhari said that there was not exact party policy on this. She said that we cannot dictate media to focus on issues that matter instead of discussing party president’s interview. She said that there are many bitter untold realities, regarding 2018 elections but this was not the time to discuss them. She said that party still firmly stands with its ‘vote ko izat do’ narrative.

A source speaking on the conditions of anonymity said that Shehbaz’s policy of reconciliation has adversely dented the very narrative being built by party Quaid Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam but that in present was a past transaction. He said that it was in the best interest of the party to not to discuss such issues that were not relevant anymore. He said that discussing these issues only provides fonder to the rumors of two camps with in PMLN. He said that


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