PDM to show its power in Batkhela: Rubina

F.P. Report

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) will prove its power show on Jan 11 in Batkhela area of Malakand to pave way for ousting of Imran Khan’s incompetent government at the earliest.

This was stated by Pakistan People’s Party provincial secretary information Senator Rubina Khalid at a press conference at Peshawar Press Club on Saturday. She said Pakistan Muslim League-N leader Maryam Nawaz was also expected to address the gathering. Flanked by PPP provincial Deputy Secretary Information Gohar Khan Inqilabi and others, Rubina Khalid referred to the sit-in of Hazara community in Quetta and said that if prime Minister Imran Khan was not able to face protesting heirs of the slain coal miners then how he would resolve the long awaited problems of the nation.

She said that PTI government consistently misleading the people on the name of prosperity while people of the country grieving over the loss of 11 innocent labourers belonging to Hazara community. She said that Prime Minister Imran Khan should apologize to people of Hazara tribe over his statement regarding black mailing.

She said that within seven years of government, the PTI could not give any single mega project to the province which is the sign of its failure. Rubina said the government constantly misleading people over the name of Sehat Sahulat Card as hospitals in the province has failed to provide health facilities under the scheme.

She said that all the political parties would be participated in parliamentary elections however the protest against PTI government would continue till the resignation of Prime Minister. Speaking on the occasion, Gohar Inqalabi said that PDM was working on 25 points given by the leadership.

He said all the ministers were fearing for PDM’s gatherings due to their negligence in serving masses and PTI government has totally failed to rule the country. Prime Minister believed on suspicious thoughts even he cannot attend funeral prayer nor he ate beef rather his power would be ruined, Gohar said.