Sunday, February 5, 2023

Ahsan Iqbal accuses Imran Khan of causing huge load shedding

Ahsan Iqbal, the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N), has stated that the previous government of the PTI is to blame for the increase in load-shedding that has occurred over the entire nation.

When speaking to the media outside of the courthouse during the hearing of the case over the Narowal Sports complex, Ahsan Iqbal stated that the PTI has brought the country to its knees. He went on to say that on the one hand, the treasury was devoid of funds, and on the other side, they had not entered into any long-term gas contracts.

According to the Planning and Development Minister, during his previous tenure, he disbursed monies totaling 3,200 billion rupees, however, the administration of the PTI has not been able to prove that even one rupee has been stolen.

The senior member of the PML-N stated that the PTI administration has politicized the process of acquiring gas, which has resulted in powerplants with capacities of more than 3,000 megawatts being forced to shut down owing to a lack of gas and creating severe load-shedding. He went on to say that there is no gas available in the country for the production of electricity and that gas must be purchased six months in advance.

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The phrase “this summer is the summer of PTI’s failures,” and “next summer would be much better,” was uttered recently.

Ahsan Iqbal remarked that Imran Khan is following the directions of his foreign funders in carrying out his political agenda. According to him, the people of Pakistan are aware of Imran Khan’s politics and have chosen to distance themselves from him.

He predicted that Imran’s subsequent power displays would be unsuccessful, just like the one that came before it, and he expressed his hope that the Election Commission of Pakistan would not be scared by the PTI’s false alarms.

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