RAWALPINDI: Former Inside Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed in his tweet on Sunday took a jibe on the PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif for contemplating leaving the federal government, including that he determined to oust former PM Imran Khan by means of a vote of no-confidence.
“The choice on the no-confidence movement was made in London. The identical Nawaz Sharif is now speaking about leaving the federal government,” he tweeted whereas criticising the previous premier.
Rasheed, in his tweet, wrote that Pakistan was in an “financial jam”, including that individuals can’t afford to pay utility payments, together with a set tax.
The Awami Muslim League chief additionally said that the coalition authorities “simply retains holding ineffective press conferences,” whereas Khan has “taken over” merely by means of a quick marketing campaign.
“The federal government is at zero, whereas he [Imran Khan] has grow to be a hero,” Rasheed wrote on Twitter.
In one other tweet directed on the lack of financial assist from Pakistan’s pleasant nations, Rasheed wrote that “neither China, Dubai, Qatar nor Saudi Arabia helped Pakistan this time”, he stated, including that the nation has additionally didn’t safe funds underneath the Worldwide Financial Fund’s (IMF) bailout programme.
“China has excessive reservations relating to the US situations for the help, whereas [Pakistan is left with] reserves sufficient for less than 45 days as a substitute of 90 days,” the politician wrote.
Rasheed additionally criticised JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman in the identical tweet. He wrote that the Maulana and the banned terrorist outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) “have the identical stance” relating to the mixing of former Federally Administered Tribal Areas in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.