Friday, November 29, 2019

Pakistani politicians make such policies

The Kissan package says it is only useful for small farmers
Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President of Pakistan, Imran Khan on Monday said that matters such as work in Pakistan are politicizing.

Khan continued his campaign in the local elections (LB) on the second day in Mianwali. PTI president said the government is rewarding small farmers but is spending billions on metro projects.

Speaking during a demonstration in the Mushani room, Khan said the government had increased the GST on sales tax (GST). Previous diesel taxes were 25 percent while they are now 50 percent, he said.

He criticized the Kissan package and said that if there was money to pay for the metro bus for the farmers, they would increase.

The PTI president then went to Chandana Kot to watch the rally. He said it was the party that had the power to repeatedly do nothing for the people of this country. He called the Kissan package an "economic blow" to farmers.

The previous government announced it was a major package for farmers. On November 11, Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) Sardar Raza announced that there was a package of violations of the Code of Ethics in the aftermath of the referendum.

Khan said PTI candidates had booked under false pretenses before the LB election.

The PTI chief said that no business person should be involved in politics, saying they used the policy to help their businesses. "Nawaz has the power to grow his business."

He claimed that 70 percent of Pakistanis came from cities where farmers worked daily but the government supported small groups instead of supporting the poor.

PTI leaders said that the government has paid 50 percent of the GST tax which has led to rising prices, causing problems for poor farmers.

Imran said his party laid the groundwork for political principles in the country and said that before the PTI, there were few politicians who continued to change their confidence in several political parties to govern the people.

The PTI chief praised the Mianwali district police chief (DPO), saying that he had done his job well. It also advises police and other government officials across the country to work honestly.

"Police are used to win elections in Sindh and Punjab but similar police in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa have been abolished and are not used for personal or political gain," he said. Subsequently, the PTI chief urged the Mianwali people to show courage and vote in the Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari contests, which they claimed led to the acquisition of Pakistan Steel Mills.

He said there is no difference between animals and humans without justice. The former cricket captain says the goal of life is to fight for the truth. He said that during the Musharraf period, Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) benefited.

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