Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader and Sindh Assembly member Khurram Sher Zaman has warned against the imposition of governor’s rule in Punjab, maintaining that the federal government will have to face the people if it goes with the move.
Talking to the media in Karachi on Wednesday, Khurram Sher Zaman criticized the provincial government, maintaining that Zardari did nothing for the lives of the people of Sindh.
Zaman said that PTI started its movement in Sindh in 2011. There was fear in Karachi, but we stood up even then. He added that PTI wants to work for the people. He said that we are here and the People's Party must be defeated.
Zaman said that the quality of life in Pakistan has gotten worse, adding that the country's economy was in a state of disaster. Criticizing the government, he added that today the dollar exchange rate has tremendously increased, exports have decreased, and the stock market is in a state of disaster.
Sindh Assembly member added that it rained for ten to twelve days in Sindh, due to which the condition of Sindh worsened, and 90 people lost their lives. People were drowning in Sindh, and this person continued to do politics in Punjab, he said, referring to PPP leader Asif Zardari, adding that the former president did nothing for the lives of the people of Sindh. The roads here are dilapidated. People are not getting drinking water. May Allah have mercy on the situation of Sindh.
Khurram Sher Zaman expressed his gratitude and saluted the people during the by-elections in Punjab. The people of Punjab have overcome their fear. Now the people of Sindh have to break the fear, he said.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 28th, 2022.
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