PM Imran Speech Was Imaginary: Marriyum [AbbTakk] 09 Dec, 2019

ISLAMABAD: The spokesperson Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Marriyum Aurangzeb on Monday lashing out at Prime Minister Imran Khan speech and said it was only imaginary speech and has no link with reality.In her reaction, PML-N leader said tath nation could not understand PM speech as his entire speech was consist of ‘if’ was, does, etc.She said if compare his government with other governments it showed that the growth rate declined to half and inflation increased by three folds in just 15 months and PTI government has taken the loans worth 14000 billion rupees.“How can PTI government compare its performance with CPEC, 11000-megawatt power generation, 11000 km of motorway with eggs, langar and hens,” she alleged.The PML-N leader said imposing the incompetent rulers on the nation the merit has been slaughtered and it has locked the NAB office in Peshawar to stop corruption in KP.

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