Cry all you want, process of accountability will not stop, says Fawad
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry on Tuesday said that the process of accountability will not stop over cry and hue.
Addressing to the ceremony, Fawad Ch assured that the government has no objection to call a National Assembly session over Shehbaz Sharif’s arrest on demand of the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N), If the opposition submitted a requisition signed of 90 members of the assembly.
“We will call a session if the opposition submits a requisition with 90 signatures,” the minister said. He asserted that the process of accountability will continue regardless of objections. “Noise is made when you ask people to bring back laundered money. Cry all you want, the process of accountability will not stop,” he added.
Fawad Ch said that neither Imran Khan will earn money for his family nor his cabinet will try to earn money from illegal ways. He added that the bureaucracy would not play with the country which has done in the previous government.
“Nations are made after going through difficulties. The previous governments drowned the country in debt,” the minister claimed. He added that all the main departments of the country are facing deficit.
The information minister confirmed that the incumbent government did not want to approach the International Monetary Fund (IMF) but had to take the difficult decision of doing so. He added that the reserves that are left can only run the country for 46 days.
“We need $8 billion to pay back our loans and $28 billion to run the country. We need to strengthen the country to stand on its own feet, the nation is already under a lot of pressure,” Fawad mentioned. He clarified that the country is facing this worse condition due to the incapable governments, adding that good times are ahead.
The minister further said that the ministers of the previous government deployed the employees in their ministries on the politically base. He claimed that former railways minister Saad Rafique appointed 8,000 people from his constituency in the railways, saying that obviously he will win the election like this.