Sun. May 9th, 2021

PPP not afraid of PMLN in Gilgit-Baltistan, says Engineer Ismail

Asim Iqbal 

Rawalpindi, June 2: Provincial Minister for Local Government Engineer Ismail said that the government was not afraid of any threat of Pakistan Muslim Leaague-Nawaz(PML-N) and provincial government would complete its five years tenure.

Talking to media he said the demand of dissolving the provincial assembly and holding new election before completion the term of present government was undemocratic.

“PML-N will have to wait 2014 for holding new election and those people who are thinking about election before next year are living in dream world”he said.

When asked about the warnings of PML-N leaders to government officers he said that  PML-N leaders and workers were spreading harassment among the government officers after their party’s victory in 11th May general election but they  could not get any thing by terrifying the government employees”.

Earlier Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz(PML-N) hinted that Gilgit Baltistan government could be dismissed because all the departments and institutions in the region had become a hub of corruption and people wanted change.

In his telephonic speech during a public meeting in Skardu a central leader of PML(N) Siddique Al Farooq said that people of Gilgit Baltistan were waiting for change very anxiously therefore the upcoming federal government could rap up the provincial government to full fill the people’s desire.

He said that the federal government would not allow any body to loot and plunder the exchequer and all the corrupt elements would be brought to justice.

The provincial chief organizer of PML(N) Hafeez ur Rehman and  Ex Deputy Chief Executive Fida Nashad said that the time of regional government was over and now all those who used government resources for personal needs would  face the law.

“The people who were hand to mouth now have become millionaire and   all those people now will have to the consequences of their misdeeds” they said

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