Shahbaz hits out at Imran over 'repetitive' statements

2018-04-30T12:23:29+05:00 Web Desk

Chief Minister Punjab and President of PakistanMuslim League Nawaz (PML-N), Shehbaz Sharif, criticizes Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan’s for his ‘repetitive statements’ while presenting party’s 11-point agenda for the upcoming elections at PTI’s Lahore rally.

Shahbaz Sharif said, “A certain class expects a man to bring about change who couldn't even change his speech.”

He lamented Imran Khan by saying that after five years of government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa(KP), he still talks about Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, National University of Modern Languages and cricket. This shows defeat is his [Imran’s] destiny.

Shahbaz further said that Imran Khan gives an impression through his speeches that if he is there everything can be made possible and without him things couldn’t turn out good.

Shahbaz questioned, “How can anyone who cannot see anything other than himself make a new Pakistan.”

While criticising, PML-N president further asked, “Why was an emergency not imposed for girls’ education in KP? Why weren't educational institutes given a curriculum? Why weren't new hospitals and schools built in KP? Why wasn't an agricultural emergency imposed?”

Shahbaz once again remarked that PML-N has always brought service to people. “We went ahead with development projects despite hurdles. You can't serve people just by chanting slogans, the KP government should have done some work for the people,” he added.

Chairman PTI Imran Khan stroked hard at PML-N Sharif Brothers at his party’s rally in Lahore on Sunday.

 Imran Khan said, “Shehbaz Sharif, you have been governing Punjab since last 10 years. Please tell what have you done for education in province? Punjab has the highest proportion of out-of-school girls. How many universities did you build?”

He stressed out on education and remarked that a state-of-art university is being built in Haripur. “Please tell me if bridges and road networks have ever formed a country. A country is built after investing in the people.” 

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