PML-N will win com­ing elec­tions in AJK: Fa­rooq

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

OUR CORRSPONDENT CHAKAR, AJK—Raja Fa­rooq Haider Khan, op­po­si­tion leader in AJK As­sem­bly and pres­i­dent PML-N, has flung a taunt at Bi­lawal Zar­dari Bhutto, chair­man Pak­istan Peo­ple’s Party that ‘he (Bhutto) is a child, should cease dream­ing about con­quer­ring Kash­mir.

In this way Ch Ma­jeed, AJK PM, can­not wash off dark spots of past five years gover­nance. Only com­ing elec­tions would clease their spotted faces, Raja Fa­rooq said this dur­ing his pub­lic ad­dress here, his home­town, on the oc­ca­sion of jo­ing of his party by prom­i­nent PPP of­fice hold­ers Ch Ali Hus­sain and oth­ers.

He warned govern­ment em­ploy­ees not to be­come tools of any par­tic­u­lar side. They should do their job im­par­tially and ded­i­cat­edly. In his usual hard tone he told the gath­er­ing that the ultimate so­journ of ‘Ch Ma­jeed and com­pany’ would be jail.

Two de­part­ments, ed­u­ca­tion and lo­cal govern­ment have been de­troyed by mis­man­age­ment and in­ef­fi­ciency, he charged.

PML-N AJK chief said that the present govern­ment would he held ac­count­able for ev­ery penny spent from of­fi­cial trea­sury. Ball tem­per­ers can­not be­come prime min­is­ter, he cau­tioned.

In his blunt lan­guage he said that in AJK there is no govern­ment, only loot­ers are sit­ting in their chairs and ap­pealed to the peo­ple to stand by his party dur­ing com­ing gen­eral elec­tions to get rid of worst sys­tem of gover­nance.

He claimed that he has washed away his op­po­nents from his zone of in­flu­ence at Chakar, Salmia and ad­join­ing ar­eas.

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