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Government will complete its five year tenure: Shibli Faraz

Government will complete its five year tenure: Shibli Faraz
July 30, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) - Minister for Information Senator Shibli Faraz called on Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar on Thursday. Both the leaders discussed political, governmental and other issues. The Punjab governor said that the people stand with the government policies and not with the opposition. The information minister affirmed that the incumbent government is ensuring transparency and merit at all levels. "Opposition’s agenda is only protection of personal interests and they do not care about the country and nation," he added. Shibli Faraz maintained that the government will complete its five year tenure and the next general election will be held on time despite the opposition’s efforts of early polls. "Those who committed corruption will be held accountable," he added. Speaking on the occasion,  The Punjab governor said the government is taking practical steps to make the country economically strong and indiscriminate accountability is guarantee of development and prosperity of country.
Opposition's narrative already rejected by people
Earlier, Shibli Faraz said that 'negative propaganda' of opposition political parties and their narrative had already been rejected by the people. The information minister said during a meeting with Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar in Lahore. Besides media strategy and public welfare schemes, they discussed matters of mutual interests and prevailing political situation. He said that the PTI is fully united under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan and the country is moving towards the right direction. On the occasion, CM Buzdar said two years’ performance of the present government was far better as compared to previous regimes, which ruled the country for 30 years. He said government is fully committed to provide maximum relief to people as government believed in the politics of merit.