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PMLN leader slams PM over inept relief policy in the wake of Coronavirus

PMLN leader slams PM
PMLN leader slams PM over inept relief policy in the wake of Coronavirus.

Marriyum Aurangzeb has criticized Prime Minister Imran Khan for inept policy.
PMLN leader slams PM
In a series of tweets, she said PM Khan was asking labourers for registration.
The PMLN leader was referring to the fact labour class don’t have enough literacy rate hence PM should not have advised them registration.
Moreover, she also urged the government to stop political slapstick through Corona Relief Tiger Force.
Marriyum asked the government to take serious and concrete steps to devise strategy for immediate help and provision of food items to people.
She asked Prime Minister why food items don’t reach affected people but utility bills reach them as usual.
Moreover, she also ridiculed Prime Minister telling her that nation is asking if jinns would run construction under present conditions.
Earlier, Prime Minister had announced reopening of construction sector from April 14.
He said it would to help daily wagers and laborers who remain affected because of continued lockdown .

While talking to the media, Prime Minister Imran Khan made this announcement yesterday.


He said it would help the country’s daily wagers and laborers to earn their livelihoods.
PM also calls for enforcing decisions
Earlier, prime minister called for enforcing decisions of National Command and Operations Centre for COVID-19.
He expressed these views while visiting the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) for COVID-19 in Islamabad.
According to a statement which the PM Media Office issued, Prime Minister Imran Khan Friday stressed on the need of prioritizing efforts and enforcing decisions of the NCOC.
He directed regular and timely meetings under the leadership of Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar to enforce decisions.
PM Khan reiterated that there must be no compromise on the availability of essential food items and sustainability of supply lines throughout the country.
Hoarders and smugglers would be made an example, he warned.

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