Opp raised slogan of 'Give Respect to Vote' when Imran Khan refused them NRO: Buzdar
HAFIZABAD (92 News) – Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar said that the opposition had raised the slogan of 'Give Respect to Vote' when Imran Khan refused to bail them out through NRO.
Addressing a huge public gathering on the launch of university, hospital and other development projects on Saturday, he said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had started his political struggle many years ago and he commenced new journey of public service in 2018. "Prime Minister Imran Khan has always preferred the politics of principle and never let his personal interest intervene in politics."
Usman Buzdar said that the PTI under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan was serving people wholeheartedly and honestly and will continue to do so in the future as well. "Imran Khan gave conscience to the common man to raise voice for his right and this is the main reason PTI government is committed to the welfare and betterment of the common man. Former rulers befooled the masses through their political jugglery while their experience did not benefit anyone."
The chief minister said that he paid tribute to Prime Minister Imran Khan the way he highlighted the Kashmir issue at international forums. "Imran Khan has adopted a clear stance with regard to Namoos-e-Rasalat and represent the sentiments of the nation in a true sense."
Usman Buzdar said that he reminded the opposition that they should also recall how much respect was given by them to vote in their tenures. "Making Pakistan a welfare Islamic state and prosperous country is the manifesto of the PTI government which is being materialized through projects like Panagaha and Ehsaas Program."