Civil Institutions failed to execute the NAP: Sahibzada Hamid Raza

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Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 12 November 2015

Civil Institutions failed to execute the NAP: Sahibzada Hamid Raza

Chairman of Sunni Ittehad Council Sahibzada Hamid Raza while talking to different delegations in Faisalabad said “Civil institutions have failed to act upon the NAP, government should understand the message of Army Chief and should improve governance because military’s sacrifices have been wasting due to government’s incompetency. A campaign will be initiated against the decision of privatization and will support WAPDA employees”.

He further said “Only those sections of the NAP have been executed that are related to military institutions, it is a tragedy that there has been no progress on corruption cases. India will split into parts due to Moodi’s policies. The election of Speaker proved the reality of relations between PPP and Muslim League (N) and it became clear that only Tehreek e Insaf was the real opposition party. The grand alliance of opposition is the need of the time. The rulers who have made the nation a slave of international monetary institutions are national criminals. NECTA could not become active due to government’s incompetency. The government has abandoned the earthquake affected people”.

Shaibzada Hamid Raza further said “Government should ensure the financial independence of municipal institutions. India’s cruel acts and policies should be revealed at diplomatic level. Conspiracies against Pakistan’s ideological base have increased. Performance of Election Commission is disappointing. National unity and harmony is necessary to foil schemes against the economic corridor. The government has not given anything to nation apart from inflation and unemployment".

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