ISLAMABAD: Former Interior Minister and Chief of Awami Muslim League (AML) Sheikh Rasheed on Thursday declared that the country’s economy is on ventilator and political system is in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
The Awami Muslim League (AML) chief took to Twitter to criticize the incumbent government’s economic and political policies and said that the national economy is on a ventilator while politics is in ICU.
He said that Musharraf’s denial to come back to Pakistan has blocked Nawaz’s return too. The real budget is yet to be presented, which will worsen the conditions, he added. Sheikh added that the federal cabinet looks like a flea market of ‘special assistants’. The government will increase electricity and gas prices in July, causing a storm of inflation in the country, he claimed.
The AML head said that depriving overseas Pakistanis of their right to vote and amending the NAB laws and benefiting from them are criminal offences.
Corrupt robbers and criminals have been imposed upon the country, he regretted.