Will not engage in politics over govt’s failed economic policies: Khursheed

SUKKUR: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Syed Khursheed Shah on Friday said that opposition parties would not engage in politics over PTI government’s failed economic policies.
Talking to media in Sukkur, Khursheed Shah said that nomination of Abdul Hafeez Shaikh for the finance portfolio proves that the government needs People’s Party. He claimed that the PTI was formed by gathering people from different parties. “The rulers themselves are unsafe in this government,” Shah claimed.
Commenting on Asad Umar’s stepping down of the finance ministry Shah said Umar promised change in 90 days’ despite he knew the extent of debt and other facts (of the economy). He didn’t have experience of running the economy, Shah said.
The state of economy has worsened to the level that the conditions of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have been accepted, Khursheed Shah said.
The PPP leader said they don’t have anything in their hand, Fawad Chaudhry even didn’t know about his future, he commented.
The change in ministries is a usual matter. “We are politicians and should accept our failures. We will not engage in politics over the government failure,” Shah said.
Shah said that Asad Umar was removed in confrontation between two big-shots.
“I told in past to Nawaz Sharif to come to the Parliament, he didn’t come. We also told Imran Khan to come in the parliament but his mind still focused on the container,” Khursheed Shah remarked.
“The country will progress when every matter will be brought to the parliament,” Shah added.


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