Global aid slap in face of those who clamoured about default: Rana Sana
Says Imran coterie destroyed country’s economy: Claims PTI-PMLQ govt does not have enough numbers in Punjab Assembly: PML-N leaders, media barred from entering provincial assembly
January 10, 2023 03:42 PM
Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has said that Imran Khan and his coterie has destroyed country’s economy and the global assistance pledged during Geneva conference is a slap in the face of those who are saying that Pakistan is going to default, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The interior minister was talking to media in Lahore on Tuesday. Hitting out at former prime minister Imran Khan, Sanaullah said that Imran & coterie shattered country’s economy during last four years. He said that Pakistan was not going to default. Those who are talking about default, global help is a slap in their faces.
He said the assistance pledged yesterday in Geneva reflected world’s trust in Pakistan. He said that government was hoping to raise $8 billion “but we have collected more than $11 billion so far”.
Pakistan is not going to default. The entire world is standing with us,” Sanaullah added.
Talking about the Punjab political situation, the interior minister said that Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi was imposed on the province. He claimed that the PTI-PMLQ government did not have the required numbers in the Punjab Assembly. He said Chief Minister Elahi was running away from taking vote of confidence because ‘they are afraid that their thefts will be detected’.
“The way, they have looted Punjab in 2-3 months, one cannot find its example anywhere,” Sanaullah added.
PML-N leaders, media barred from entering Punjab Assembly
Earlier, the PML-N leaders were not allowed to enter the Punjab Assembly today.
The security staff and the PML-N shoveled each other at the assembly gate. Even the government employees and media personnel were also barred from entering the assembly.
Khalil Tahir Sindhu got hold of the control through which the assembly gate is operated.
The security staff at assembly tried to push the people away to close the gate.