BHAKKAR: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi slammed the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan over his alleged anti-parliament remarks, daring his party to resign from the assemblies and dissolve them.
“No one in past has cursed the parliament,” he recalled, stating that the politics of his party head Nawaz Sharif is based on decency. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi asked the people to decide whether they want to follow the message of love or that of curse.
Addressing a Health Cards under PM Health Programme among deserving people in Bhakkar Saturday, the prime minister said the present government completed many energy projects during the last five years to overcome the energy crisis. He said gas facility will also be provided to every city of the country.
He said the Pakistan Muslim Lealgue-Nawaz (PML-N) always speaks about connecting the provinces instead of dividing them.
The Prime Minister mocked that there were less number of listeners in the Mall Road protest. Without naming anyone, he criticised the political rivals in the opposition parties who appeared united in the Lahore protest.
The PTI chief had stood by his remarks related to parliament saying that “laanath” is a mild word to use for parliament where the law passed in the House foar a disqualified person.
He told that the vision of ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is to deliver public welfare. He noted that the PML-N government has executed several development projects including around 1,800 kilometers long motorways, either completed or in final phase, during the last five years.
The Prime Minister said despite sit-ins and obstacles by the opposition, the government has never stopped the development works.
He said those who curse the parliament actually want to create anarchy and stop development of the country.
Addressing the ceremony, Health Minister Saira Afzal Tarar said under the PM Health Programme free treatment facility will be provided for seven infectious diseases. NNI