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Pakistan Observer - - IN­TER­NA­TIONAL -

On the other hand, Min­is­ter for Plan­ning and De­vel­op­ment, Ah­san Iqbal said the is­sue of draft­ing TORs is not just lim­ited to off­shore firms, it in­volves po­lit­i­cal point scor­ing.

He said the ones do­ing neg­a­tive pol­i­tics will lose their re­main­ing vot­ers. The min­is­ter said if the gov­ern­ment com­pletes next two years, then the op­po­nents will even be de­prived of their se­cu­rity bonds in the next gen­eral elec­tions.

While com­ment­ing on the Fed­eral Bud­get, Shah said that the bud­get was point­less as it was pre­pared and pre­sented with­out any plan­ning. “The gov­ern­ment’s pri­or­i­ties have not been men­tioned any­where in the bud­get”, he said.

On the other hand, Min­is­ter for Plan­ning and De­vel­op­ment, Ah­san Iqbal said the is­sue of draft­ing TORs is not just lim­ited to off­shore firms, it in­volves po­lit­i­cal point scor­ing.

He said the ones do­ing neg­a­tive pol­i­tics will lose their re­main­ing vot­ers. The min­is­ter said if the gov­ern­ment com­pletes next two years, then the op­po­nents will even be de­prived of their se­cu­rity bonds in the next gen­eral elec­tions.—APP

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