ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Saturday countered at the opposition celebrations over its criticism of the Centre’s handling of the Covid-19 break out in the nation and questioned its lack from the political and decision- making platforms.
In a series of parliamentary sessions today, the opposition celebrations blasted the federal government over what they described as its careless handling of the pandemic. Eyebrows were raised nevertheless over the much-noticed lack of National Assembly Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif and Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Dealing with an interview, Info Minister Senator Shibli Faraz rounded on Sharif for avoiding the Lower House sessions. “His absence shows his elite mindset. He did not show up because he thinks it is only his health and life that matters,” he stated.
The minister declared that other PML-N MPs pertained to go to the session in spite of being ill.
Faraz likewise stated that Prime Minister Imran considered himself the “premier of the entire country” and dealt with everybody similarly.
Reacting To accusations that the premier is “incompetent” and the federal government has no technique to take on the crisis, Faraz questioned whether “feeding the hungry” is thought about incompetence.
“[The opposition] stated we mishandle. Are we unskilled due to the fact that we wish to feed the starving? Are we unskilled due to the fact that we wish to end their corruption?” he questioned.
He added that the nation might “only win the war against coronavirus with unity”.
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