PML-N neither serious in talks, nor in operation: Sheikh Rasheed
16 June, 2014
LAHORE: Awami Muslim League chief Shekh Rasheed Ahmed has criticized the PML-N government's failure in bringing peace either through dialogue with militants or by launching a decisive operation against them.
He said the Nawaz government is scared of taking any bold step towards restoring peace in country and it is neither serious in peace talks nor in military operation.
Addressing a news conference in Lahore, Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has said the train mach would start from Rawalpindi on morning of June 20. Rasheed said the Chaudhry Brothers, PML-Q leadership, would receive Participants of the train march in Gujrat.
He warned the government that if the government created some hurdles on AML's train march, the party would stage sit-ins at 15 railway stations from Peshawar to Lahore.
AML chief said Pakistan Peoples Party was a retailer party but the PML-N has crossed it becoming "Wholesaler" during current tenure. Nawaz Government cleared 480 billion rupees' circular debt by paying the said amount to business tycoons Mian Mansha and Daud Razzaq. He slammed incumbent government's performance in the country and denounced 9 percent rise in price hike which has made people suffer more.
Talking about impact of recent attack on Karachi Airport, Sheikh Rasheed said the foreign remittances and foreign investment seen considerable fall.
AML Chief said the government has imported 12 rail engines from China and 4 of them are not in working condition. The government is doing business with only two countries which are offering them 50 percent as commission.
He said the government has made no comprehensive study prior importing LNG from Qatar and has ignored climate impact of the chemical on sea. He alleged that only the front men of PML-N are being facilitated in investment.
Rasheed announced to gove a warn welcome for Minhaj-Ul_Quran's Cleric Dr. Tahir-Ul-Qadri on landing in Islamabad.