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NA session called off to hide IMF deal, claims Marriyum

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb has said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has intentionally postponed the National Assembly session to hide the conditions of International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout and dodge parliamentary accountability over its shady deal.

Reacting to the postponement of the assembly session, Marriyum said that the incapable, crook, lying and in malevolent PTI government is going to sign a shady deal with the IMF behind closed doors. This deal will further crush the already overburdened working class of Pakistan, she added.

The prime minister who touted he would take an hour of questions every week in the parliament is now working to shut the parliamentary proceedings down to hide his failures from the people, she said.

The former information minister said that the people of Pakistan are being kept in the dark by PTI regarding the most important transaction which will affect every civilian directly. The government is avoiding the parliament’s session because they want to hide from the truth and are extremely wary of the accountability of their actions by the true representatives of the people of Pakistan, she said.

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