‘Incompetent’ govt taking toll on Pakistan, says Maryam


Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice-President Maryam Nawaz on Thursday continued to criticise the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government, reiterating her claim that its incompetence was damaging the country.

She shared snapshots of a few English newspapers which highlighted the current economic conditions in Pakistan. Maryam Nawaz termed the ongoing times under PTI regime as “dark days”.

She tweeted: “Dark days. Incompetence has taken a toll on Pakistan.”

On Wednesday, the PML-N vice president said that the country’s conditions will continue to decline until this ‘fake government’ is in office.

Talking to media after the All Parties Conference (APC), she said that the changing of Senate chairman will not solve the crisis but will definitely shake the ‘fake’ government.

Maryam warned the government to refrain from pushing the country’s conditions towards the point of no return.

She said, “the currency is on a constant decline and rupee’s value has been drastically going down by Rs5 to 6 per dollar in a day.”

“Pakistan’s national debt has seen an increase of $14 billion in the month of June,” she added.

“The people are being oppressed on a daily basis due to the expected budget and their livelihood has been messed up by increasing inflation,” she further said.