Govt striving to overcome inflation, says Sheikh Rasheed
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed has said that the government is striving to overcome inflation.
Addressing a ceremony on Wednesday, he said that the Pandora's box opens after each election and this time it will open before and the after the election. "The law has been enacted that voting will be held through electronic voting machine," he added.
The minister said that the opposition will bemoan rigging when the overseas Pakistanis will cast votes in favour of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
He said that the overseas Pakistanis send more votes than the International Monetary Fund and the voting is their right. "Inflation is much more for the salaried class. We will have to find out the solution to the inflation," he maintained.
He said that overseas Pakistanis will decide the fate of 40 constituencies. The minister said that the federal cabinet had approved provision of online visa to people associated with Tableeghi groups. "Pakistan has been enjoying cordial and exemplary relations with China and Saudi Arabia since long."
Sheikh Rasheed said that 60 colleges and three universities have been established in Rawalpindi district, while the government is working to establish an IT university in this constituency. He said education of girls is very crucial for education of the coming generations. He announced to provide Rs1.5 million for purchasing computers for Government Associate College for Women Rawalpindi.