Economy was strengthened and the entire world acknowledged it. Investments for CPEC have already started and it will keep happening for years to come. A clear-cut vision for power generation for future has already been laid out
Federal Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Thursday said the incumbent government of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has proved to the world to be one of the least corrupt governments to ever hold the reigns of Pakistan.
Talking to Pakistan Today Editor Arif Nizami during his talk show DNA on Channel 24, Abbasi said that the ones who blame the incumbent government should prove themselves by showing what they have done in their regions.
He added that all the major parties of Pakistan have governments and they should talk about delivering to the masses instead of indulging in a blame game.
Talking about Panama Leaks, he said Panama Leaks has nothing to do with the corruption and it is regarding offshore accounts and companies. Many of the people from Pakistan have offshore accounts through these companies, he added.
On a question about developments, he said that every constituency has its own set of problems and development would be carried out in those constituencies irrespective of a political party or a person.
“Economy was strengthened and the entire world acknowledged it. Investments for CPEC have already started and it will keep happening for years to come. A clear-cut vision for power generation for future has already been laid out. Every consumer of gas has a stable and regular flow of gas and in future, we would be exporting gas,” Abbasi said showcasing the achievements of PML-N.