Centre responsible for KP's financial crisis: CM aide.

CHARSADDA -- Special Assistant to the Chief Minister for Information and Broadcasting Barrister Mohammad Ali Saif has said that the federal government is responsible for the financial crisis in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Addressing talent award ceremony organised for students by Islami Jamiat Talba and later talking to mediapersons here, Mr Saif said that demand for fresh elections was the democratic and constitutional right of every political party, including PTI.

He said that their long march on Nov 26 was for 'real freedom' and early general elections in the country.

The CM's aide said that the 'imported government' had failed to manage the country's economy. He said it was the responsibility of political parties and politicians to block the way for any martial law.

Barrister Saif says long march to press for fresh elections

He said that the purpose of the long march was to convince the government that the people wanted fresh elections to steer the country out of the present crisis.

Addressing the students, he said the youth were the future of the nation and the provincial government had been giving special attention to their issues. He said approval of education card, including free education up to BS level, was a revolutionary initiative of the government for the youth.


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