Is it Charter of Economy or Joke of Economy? – Opposition parties are confused
- PPP and PML-N are confused and going against their own party leaders.
- Opposition parties are unaware of how they are helping the government by going against each other.
- Charter of the economy has now become interesting as both PPP and PML-N is playing political games and pretending they have different views.
Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) is confused about the charter of the economy and it seems they are playing good cop and bad cop.
On the one side, it is a charter of the economy but on the other, it is a joke of the economy. Who do we trust now?
This is how PPP and PML-N is playing political game – Maryam VS Shahbaz
Shahbaz Sharif said, “We have signed the charter of the economy and we are prepared to join charter of the economy with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government so that Pakistan would be able to move forward.”
Whereas, Maryam Nawaz in her press conference said:
“Charter of economy is joke of economy and Nawaz Sharif is not supporting it.”
“If PTI genuinely take steps towards better economy then we along with our companions will also move with them.”
But Maryam on the other hand said:
“Imran Khan not only stole a whole election but also ruining the economy due to his incompetence. He should be held responsible for this, adding that he wants the opposition parties to sign a charter of the economy.”
She further said: “Member of any opposition party supporting Imran Khan is an offender himself.”
However, Shahbaz said: “It is never too late, it is for the country, it is for Pakistan.”
Again criticizing Imran Khan, Maryam said:
“He who has ruined the economy of Pakistan and came to power by using false strategies has no right to talk about the economy.”
On the other hand, Shahbaz Sharif said:
“We should think wisely. We and our honorable people and government should collectively plan the process of a better economy.”
PPP is also playing the same political game – Zardari VS Bilawal
Asif Ali Zardari said:
“We should stop thinking about previous things and it is good to move towards a better future.”
But Bilawal Bhutto warned Prime Minister Imran Khan saying:
“You made my sister cry and you will have to face its consequences.”
“There are 3-4 priority subjects on which opposition and government can collaboratively talk. We have no issues regarding this.”
Bilawal on the other hand said:
“To stop the approval of the budget, I am gathering people from every class and asking them to come out and create hurdles in the path of budget approval.”
Opposition parties are confused and it seems that the young leaders of opposition parties have different views than their elders. But this is somehow good for the government as it is clear that opposition parties are now divided and became weak. They are going against their own party leaders and embarrassing them. People are getting confused about who they should trust.