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Criminals who ruined economy now bent on affect livelihood of people: Shibli

Criminals who ruined economy now bent on affect livelihood of people: Shibli
November 22, 2020 02:15 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) - Responding to the opposition's PDM, Minister for Information Senator Shibli Faraz the criminals who ruined economy of the country and targeted national institutions are now bent on affect the health and livelihood of people.

 In a tweet on Sunday, the minister said during the prevailing situation of resurge of Coronavirus cases in the country, putting peoples' lives at stake for meager political gain is political persecution.

Shibli Faraz said playing with the lives of people and political workers exposes mentality of opportunist political gang.

A day earlier, Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said that a grand rally will be held in Peshawar tomorrow at any cost.

 Addressing a press conference in Peshawar on Saturday, the PDM chief said that the government tried hard to stop the PDM rally. "When they do not get any other reason to bar the public gathering, they associated rally with the danger of coronavirus," he added.

Fazlur Rehman termed that the government is talking about COVID-19 but in real they are talking about COVID-18. "Illegal government is the biggest corona across the country. If this Corona dies, the nation will be healed," he added.

"The biggest virus facing Pakistan is the government itself. despite the illegitimate government’s efforts, PDM will hold its rally in Peshawar. He said that Sunday’s historic rally will bamboozle the PTI government."

Fazlur Rehman said that PTI came to power by stealing the public’s votes, the system must be changed so that results cannot be faked. He said that the organizational structure of PDM has been completed and all parties are moving forward with complete unity.

He said that PDM would hold future rallies on November 26 in Larkana and November 30 in Multan.

He further expressed regret over the sudden sad demise of TLP chief Allama Khadim Rizvi.

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