Mushahidullah Khan speaks

SIBI: Rulers in office gave nothing to the masses but unemployment, terrorism and political black mailing. People should support PMLN in the coming elections for resolution of their problems.

Only solution to burning Balochistan problems is ensuring right to the people of the province.

These views were expressed by Central Information Secretary and Chairman Media Cell Senator Mushahidullah Khan while speaking to PPI after his talks with provincial Coordinator Media Cell Nazir Ahmed Kakar and Member Munir Ahmed Bugti Tuesday.

He said holding general elections is no less than a dangerous dream for the rulers. People were grinding under unemployment for the past five years. With approaching general elections they thought of unemployment. He said government jobs and plundering of national resources is not acceptable to us. PMLN he added would foil all such plans of threats with the power of the people.

He said rulers did not give to the people except reconciliation and democracy. Those raising slogan of roti , kapra aur makan even snatched two times bread from the masses. He said it has been practice of PPP to deprive people of Balochistan of their rights. Only solution to burning issues of Balochistan is in leadership of Nawaz Sharif who has the capability of resolving all problems of Balochistan.

Mushahidullah Khan asked Nazir Ahmed Kakar and Munir Bugti to spread party’s message to every nook and corner so that party emerges victorious in the elections and continue to serve Balch people.

Earlier they briefed Mushahidullah Khan about performance of PMLN IN Sibi and other parts of Balochistan. They said party under the leadership of Sanaullah Zehri was becoming popular and strong. It would emerge victorious in the coming elections in Balochistan.

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