PTI Supports “Culture of Abusive Language”: Punjab CM – Pakistan

BAHAWALPUR: Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz on Sunday said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has a fascist system by supporting ‘abusive language culture’, even a misbehaving woman at the holy Masjid- e-Nabvi (PBUH) in Madina-Ul-Munawarah.

He said this at a press conference here on Sunday. Earlier, he arrived in Bahawalpur on an official tour and was warmly welcomed by Federal Food Security Minister, Chaudhary Tariq Bashir Cheema, Federal Minister, Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, Former Federal Minister, Baligh-Ur-Rahman , senior officials and local leadership of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).

He said it was the PTI that adopted a fascist system and encouraged the use of abusive language even against women. He said, “It was PTI who used abusive and bizarre language in the holy land of Masjid-E-Nabvi (PBUH) even in the nights of Laila-Tul-Qadar”. He added that the PTI did not respect women, even mothers and daughters.

The chief minister said he was grateful to his leader Muhammad Nawaz Sharif who entrusted him with the task of assuming the post of chief minister of Punjab to serve the people.

He said that previously, as the Leader of the Opposition in the Punjab Assembly, he had made four visits to South Punjab while as Chief Minister, this was his first visit to Bahawalpur. .

He said that the PTI came up with the slogan of making South Punjab a province but even failed to make South Punjab Secretariat, properly.

Hamza said the sense of deprivation had increased in South Punjab under the previous PTI regime.

He said that PTI had not given any development projects in Bahawalpur and South Punjab. “No road has been built like Bahawalpur-Hasilpur road and Lodhran-Khanewal road which were built by the PML-N regime.

“The PTI government has been giving people false and bogus slogans,” he said, adding that former prime minister Imran Khan could not prove his corruption allegations he made against the leaders. of the PML-N.

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