Electoral changes, said Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar on Monday, would make the general elections more transparent. Why is the opposition blocking electoral reforms if it wants fair elections?
Opponents’ egocentric politics harms democracy and the nation. The government is taking action to combat inflation and unemployment.
He was speaking to district delegations at Governor’s House. Other topics besides politics and administration were discussed during the discussion. The governor stated that the opposition parties had been disseminating bad propaganda against the administration and criticising its excellent deeds for political reasons, but the people knew the opposition’s motives and had never supported them. According to Chaudhry Sarwar, the opposition parties lack vision, while the PDM parties are divided and serve their own interests.
He said the divided opposition posed no threat to the government, but the opposition will suffer. He urged the opposition should stop protesting and focus on building the country’s democracy.
He asked the opposition to back the administration on critical matters like election reform. He claimed the opposition parties were living in a fool’s paradise if they imagined they could unseat the administration.
According to Chaudhry Sarwar, the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf saved the country from economic ruin and offered a Rs120 billion inflation relief package led by Prime Minister Imran Khan. He stated the government would take more steps to curb inflation and help the people.
Later, the governor decried the expansion in Indian police force in occupied Kashmir and the targeting of Kashmiris in a tweet. Using firearms and bullets, he asserted, Indian security forces could not silence Kashmiris. The Kashmiris are happy. They will keep fighting terrorist India. He stated that Kashmir would be free one day and that Pakistan stood together with Kashmiris.