People unwilling to sacrifice economy for politics: PEW

ISLAMABAD (PR) The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Saturday lauded the masses and the business community for thwarting call for civil disobedience and economic rebellion by an opposition leader.

The childish call was taken as an immature move by masses, business community, expatriates and even by the central leaders of the party whose chief issued it recently, said Dr. Murtaza Mughal, President PEW.

The demand was ignored by all and sundry which proves that masses have reservations but they are not highly disappointed with the performance of the incumbent government, he added. He said that the private sector publically and absolutely rejected the idea while other sections of society that decided to remain silent over the matter also disliked the notion.

Dr. Murtaza Mughal said that asking masses to stop paying taxes, duties and utility bills and called upon overseas Pakistanis to prefer hundi over legal transactions which was unreasonable.

 

Asking donors to stop supporting Pakistan and declaring that his government will not repay foreign loans if his party came to power was nothing short of height of irresponsibility, he noticed.

Dr. Murtaza Mughal said that all the demands of the PTI leader were not taken seriously otherwise it would have landed Pakistan into serious problems at a time when country is facing multiple challenges of serious nature.

The widespread rejection of the call issued by PTI leader in his speeches in Islamabad should be enough for everyone to know that masses may or may not like PML-N but they don’t want to see economy damaged for political ambitions.

It has also exposed the myth of popularity of some leaders within Pakistan and the western world as their outcry proved to be much more than the support of public they enjoy.

 

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