Govt flayed for unending crises

HAFIZABAD – Former federal minister Liaqat Abbas Bhatti and ex-MNA Mehdi Hassan Bhatti said PTI would make an all-out effort to protect the rights of minority communities in the country.

Addressing a gathering in Christian Colony, they strongly condemned the killing of Christians in the Quetta Church by the terrorists. They expressed their solidarity with the community. They said that present govt had failed to eliminate terrorism, poverty and unemployment. They declared that PTI after coming to power would weed out poverty, hunger, disease, unemployment and strive to protect the rights of minorities.

On the other side, weeklong programmes has been chalked out by the district administration and educational institutions to celebrate the birthday of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah in a befitting manner. Seminars would be held in government colleges, high and higher secondary schools in the district. Rich tributes would be paid to the father of the nation. Moreover, sports competitions would also be held by the sports department.

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