Lahore: President, Pakistan Muslim League – N, MNA Pervez Malik has said that PTI is trying to play havoc with the country. PTI has no clear agenda for progress and prosperity of the country. Its leadership is utilizing its all energies to create unrest in the country.
He was addressing a gathering of the masses in his constituency here on Saturday. MPA Chaudhry Shahbaz and others also spoke on the occasion.
Pervez Malik said that PTI is trying to escape from by-elections in three constituencies where election tribunals have ordered re-polls.
Pervez Malik said Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz had never loose any by-election where it had contested after general election 2013 because of its performance while PTI had lost many by-polls which an ample proof of
He said the government had put the country on the track to development and prosperity as it was focusing to resolve issues including energy crisis, restoration of peace and trying hard to achieve economic targets.
Pervez Malik said that PML-N government was putting in its all efforts to bring economy back on track and utilizing its all resources to attract Foreign Direct Investment in the country.
He said the government has already initiated meaningful discourse with the private sector to boost up Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) that is not up to the mark.
He said that rising risk perception about investing into Pakistan is hitting hard the entire economy but government is tackling the issue through a comprehensive policy approach by involving Chambers of Commerce in the country.
Pervez Malik said that government was addressing all key issues including energy crisis on priority basis and various power projects were in the pipeline.
He expressed hope that employment opportunities would increase following an increase in business activities, adding that once the country’s economy is put on the trajectory of growth and it would have a consequential impact on inflation. “Market competition will increase; resultantly products prices will come down and their quality will improve with new investment in different sectors.”