Ser­vices to masses will con­tinue de­spite op­po­si­tion hur­dles: Marvi

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL - STAFF REPORTER

THATTA—Min­is­ter of State and BISP Chair­per­son Marvi Me­mon Satur­day said de­spite hur­dles be­ing cre­ated by the op­po­si­tion, the PML-N gov­ern­ment un­der the dy­namic lead­er­ship of Prime Min­is­ter Muham­mad Nawaz Sharif would con­tinue to serve the masses and make Pak­istan a de­vel­oped and pros­per­ous coun­try.

The gov­ern­ment, she said, had ini­ti­ated many mega projects in var­i­ous sec­tors, par­tic­u­larly in the en­ergy sec­tor, with the ob­jec­tive to pro­vide max­i­mum re­lief to the peo­ple and im­prove their liv­ing stan­dards, but the op­po­si­tion did not want their bet­ter­ment. Marvi Me­mon was ad­dress­ing a pub­lic gath­er­ing and later talk­ing to the me­dia at Ghu­lam Hus­sain Lakha­tio vil­lage of Ch­ho­har Ja­mali Taluka, Su­jawal district.

She al­leged that the op­po­si­tion first tried to desta­bi­lize the na­tional econ­omy through their ‘neg­a­tive politics’ and now again they had started a cam­paign against the gov­ern­ment un­der the cover of Panama Papers Leaks. The Pak­istan Mus­lim Govern­men­tNawaz (PML-N) gov­ern­ment, she said, how­ever was fully com­mit­ted to root out the cor­rup­tion from the coun­try.

It wanted an across the board ac­count­abil­ity of all those who had looted the na­tional ex­che­quer. That was why the Prime Min­is­ter had an­nounced to form a ju­di­cial com­mis­sion and of­fered him­self and his fam­ily for probe into the Panama Papers Leaks. She said the gov­ern­ment’s sin­cer­ity could be gauged from the fact it had ac­cepted all the de­mands of the op­po­si­tion for prepa­ra­tion of Terms of Ref­er­ences for the ju­di­cial com­mis­sion. The gvern­ment, she added, was ex­tend­ing co­op­er­a­tion to the op­po­si­tion, but the lat­ter them­selves were di­vided on the mat­ter.

The peo­ple, she said, were fully aware that who were sin­cere with them and de­sired to pro­vide them ba­sic fa­cil­i­ties at their doorsteps. The PML-N gov­ern­ment was pop­u­lar among the masses, which would be be wit­nessed in the 2018 general elec­tions when Prime Min­is­ter Muham­mad Nawaz Sharif and his party would again emerge vic­to­ri­ous, she said.

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