Present govt is the worst, says Nawaz


Pakistan Muslim League-N President Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday said the present government was the worst in the history of Pakistan as it was bent upon destroying all institutions of the country.
According to a private TV channel, Nawaz said it was now time for the people to come out on the roads and oust the “failed government” from power. He said that even the government’s allies were now leaving their ministries and appreciated the PML-Quaid’s decision to quit the government.
Earlier talking to reporters after offering condolences to the family of deceased PML-N MPA Mumtaz Ahmad Jajja at his residence in Bahawalpur, Nawaz called the blackouts in Punjab a sheer injustice with the people of the province and warned the government of fallout. He blamed load shedding for an increase in the number of dengue patients in Punjab, adding that Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had focused his efforts to eliminate the epidemic.
He said the federal government had taken no steps to overcome the acute power shortage in the country, adding that it had not cleared the power plant lying at Karachi port. He said the prolonged power outages were escalating unemployment and poverty
in the country.


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