Shehbaz Sharif, President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly, has stated that the PTI govt has made 2021 a year of devastation, desperation, and inflation.
Shehbaz stated in a statement made on Friday that the PTI’s hallmark is the introduction of a fresh tsunami of inflation every year and that Imran Niazi had claimed that 2021 would be a year of progress and development, but that this proved to be the polar opposite.
While Imran had declared that no one would go at night hungry, he had now taken even infants’ milk from them.
As a result of this poisoned mini-budget, he predicted that the fruits will be harvested in 2022.
Moreover, Shehbaz asserted that the results of Imran’s surrender to the IMF, the handing over of the State Bank of Pakistan’s keys to the Imf, as well as the destructive impacts of the mini-budget, will continue to haunt the country for many years.
Shehbaz Sharif claimed that the PTI government had the arrogance to claim that this mini-budget would have no impact on the poor, which he described as the most apathetic, insensitive, and callous thing someone could say.
According to him, Prime Minister Imran Khan has unleashed one after another plague of inflation on the nation, and that the mini-budget has seized the country’s economic engine, with Imran and his cronies to blame for the ensuing unemployment and inflation.
He stated that the corrupt PTI corporation had already failed, but that it was currently in the process of declaring itself bankrupt. As a result of driving the country into a brick wall in 2022, he predicted that the PTI would make dramatic U-turns.
The PML-N president claimed that the sovereignty of the State Bank was a lie on the same scale as the ten million jobs and five million homes that had been created. In 2021, however, the populace was crushed by exorbitant energy and gas tariffs, as well as rising inflation.
He expressed sadness and disappointment that the people had to endure as a result of the depreciation of the rupee and economic terrorism. According to the National Assembly’s Opposition Leader, the current government serves as a lesson to the people about how costly such trials can be for a country’s economy.