Pakistani leaders Tehreek-e-Insaf said on Saturday that following the Pakistan Democratic Movement’s October demonstrations in Karachi, a significant increase in coronavirus cases had been seen in the metropolis, and called on the Supreme Court to pay attention to ongoing demonstrations. staged by the opposition party in the current situation.
Speaking at a press conference at Insaf House, PTI Karachi and MPA president Khurram Sherzaman said that especially the PDM, particularly the Pakistan People’s Party, which hosted protests in October, was responsible for the increase in cases of coronavirus infection and the resulting deaths in the city. . . He was accompanied by PTI leaders, including Arsalan Faisal Mirza, Fiza Zeeshan, and Srina Adnan.
“Opposition parties are not concerned about people’s health and are endangering their lives by bringing people to public demonstrations despite the spike in virus cases,” Sherzaman said.
The PTI leader claimed that the chief minister of Sindh on Thursday had written a letter to the prime minister, informing him of the increase in cases infected with the coronavirus, the deaths of 32 people in one day and the unavailability of beds for coronavirus patients.
“But on the other hand, the main minister also held a public demonstration on December 27 in Larkana using government funds despite knowing the fact that the death rate due to the Corona virus was 1.2 percent,” said Sherzaman who also delivered a related resolution. Thursday against PPP for planning to hold a general meeting of the Larkana.
“The PPP also invited the leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Jamiat-e-Ulema Islam-Fazl to attend the demonstration,” he said.
“On the one hand, the Sindh government wants more funding from the Center crying that the coronavirus situation has become serious in the province, but on the other hand, is spending public money on party public action,” he said. “This shows a clear contradiction in what PPP said and did.”
He said that the rest of the world had praised Prime Minister Imran Khan and the federal government for fighting the first wave in a successful way. “But in the second wave, the opposition parties have undermined the federal government’s efforts to contain the spread of the virus by holding demonstrations across the country,” said the PTI leader.
He said that the PDM leadership was afraid of Imran Khan’s popularity and development and prosperity in his country. “The corrupt leadership of the corrupt political parties is part of the PDM banner to save themselves from anti-corruption agencies at the expense of people’s lives,” he said.
“It’s the same Maryam Safdar whose father used to tell Asif Ali Zardari that she was going to rip Zardari’s stomach and take the stolen money, dragging Zardari down the streets of Larkana and Lahore,” he said. “And that’s the same Bilawal Zardari that her father used to say that Nawaz Sharif is a national thief.”
Criticizing PDM chairman Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the PTI leader said that by posing as an Islamic ambassador and using religion and politics, he had built up millions of rupees worth of property. He claimed that the PDM leadership had failed to pressure the prime minister to take over the NRO by insulting Pakistan’s armed forces.
Praising the performance of the federal government, he said the country’s construction industry was growing, and the Stock Exchange was rising despite the coronavirus pandemic. “On the other hand, the country’s foreign policy is increasingly successful.”
He said that millions of people have been helped through the Ehsas program. He said Prime Minister Imran Khan had promised the nation his government would provide jobs. “The PTI government has taken revolutionary steps in the agricultural sector.”
Criticizing the PPP for its “poor performance and corruption” and making it a “coronavirus spreader”, he said the incompetent provincial government had destroyed every sector in Sindh.
“The Sindh government wants to turn the entire province into Mohenjo Daro. The rabies vaccine is not available in Larkana. The education system has been destroyed, ”he said, adding that PTI had taken serious steps for public health and safety.
The Sindh Youth Parliament Delegation met with the Leader of the Opposition in the Sindh Assembly Firdous Shamim Naqvi at his residence and discussed the political situation of the province, particularly in the education and health sectors in detail.
Naqvi, who is the provincial leader of the PTI, said youth are the future of Pakistan and therefore it will take time for them to pay attention to the country’s politics.
He said PTI had created quality education and employment opportunities, skills development for young people.