Sanaullah asks PPP to review poor policies


Provincial Minister for Law Rana Sanaullah Khan has said that the leadership of Peoples Party should review its poor policies keeping in view the public feelings and sentiments as the slogans of Shahbaz Sharif Zindabad have also been raised in the public meetings of Peoples Party.
Commenting upon the raising of slogans in favour of Chief Minister Punjab in the public meeting of President Peoples Party Punjab Imtiaz Safdar Warriach, Rana Sanaullah said that these slogans of workers in the public meeting of provincial president of Peoples Party is proof of the fact that the workers of Peoples Party greatly valued the performance of Chief Minister Punjab and his public welfare projects.
He said that like common man, the workers of Peoples Party facing load-shedding, price-hike and unemployment are also annoyed with the federal government and party policies and expressed their sentiments in their own party’s public meetings by raising slogans in favour of Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif.
Provincial Law Minister said that Peoples Party gave nothing to the people except creating problems for them during the last four years. He said that the leaders of PPP are engaged in transferring their wealth abroad but the people got nothing except deprivation, disappointment and price-hike. Rana Sanaullah said that the workers are an asset of any political party and if the workers are not happy over the policies of his own party then what will be the opinion of common men about the government.
He said that the workers of Peoples Party have also realized the discriminatory attitude being meted out to Punjab regarding load-shedding and they are fully aware of this fact that when the Chief Minister participated in the people’s protest against load-shedding, the load-shedding was reduced very next day which is a clear proof of injustice of the federal government with Punjab.
Kerry’s threat of unilateral action insult of: JI: Jamaat e Islami Ameer Syed Munawar Hasan has said that US Senator John Kerry’s threat of unilateral action in case Islamabad did not extend cooperation to the so called war on terror, was an open insult to the people of Pakistan and the parliament. Addressing the JI central workshop at Mansoora on Sunday, he said that political and military leadership of the country seemed to have succumbed to the US pressure and was keen to restore NATO supplies because of which Washington was threatening this country.
He said that Pakistan had played key role in the war and had extended all possible facilities to the US which had even ruined its economy. However, at this crucial moment, the US had sidelined Pakistan and settled its matters with Afghanistan directly, he added. He said that the US had not given any importance to the parliament’s resolution and flatly refused to tender any apology on the Silala check post and stop drone attacks. Munawar said instead facing the US pressure tactfully, the rulers seemed to have lost courage. “The solidarity of the country was at stake while the rulers are busy in strengthening their rule,” he lamented.