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Khaqan blames govt’s ‘poor policies’ for ‘uncertainty’

ISLAMABAD   –  Former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Tuesday said that uncertainty and anarchy was increasing in the country due to the poor policies of the PTI government.  

He was talking to media persons outside the accountability court where he came to appear in LNG reference against him. He said that what happened in Lahore still needed clarity.  

Criticising the government’s way of dealing the protesters in Lahore, he said: “On the one side government bans a political party and on the other announces that it is in negotiations with it.”  

He said that Prime Minister should address the Parliament instead of making speeches on television. He said there was no clarity about government’s stance in the speech of Prime Minister Imran Khan.  

He said the government had failed to perform and uncertainty and anarchy was on rise in the county. He said containers had been placed on roads in Islamabad and Rawalpindi but government was invisible.       

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi criticised the government and questioned that who made the commitment with defunct TLP to expel French Ambassador and why the same was not fulfilled. He said the government should take the people of county into confidence over agreements made secretly. He suggested to establish a truth commission if anyone wanted to know the facts.  

Earlier, the judge accountability court Muhammad Azam Khan heard the LNG reference. NAB witness Ahsan Bhatti continued his statement however no new witness could be testified as the legal counsel of former primer was not present in the court.

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