PTI govt has made country insecure: Fazl

Published September 17, 2021
Pakistan Democratic Movement chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman speaks to the media in Islamabad on November 8, 2020. —DawnNewsTV/File
Pakistan Democratic Movement chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman speaks to the media in Islamabad on November 8, 2020. —DawnNewsTV/File

KHUZDAR: Pakistan Democratic Move­ment (PDM) chairman Maulana Fazlur Reh­man has said that the PTI government has made the country insecure and unstable through its wrong policies.

Talking to journalists in Kalat on Thursday during his visit to Jamia Islamia Shah Waliullah, the PDM leader said the PTI government had no mandate of the masses and it had been imposed on the people through rigging in the 2018 elections.

“With every passing day the country is facing deterioration and decline in every filed as the present rulers have no capability to run the country,” Maulana Fazlur Rehman said.

He said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor had been affected due to bad policies of the government.

He rejected the proposed Pakistan Media Development Authority and said that through it the government wanted to gag and control free and independent media in the country.

He said the PDM would support the journalist community’s struggle against the PMDA.

Published in Dawn, September 17th, 2021

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