Country on verge of default: CM.

PESHAWAR -- Chief Minister Mahmood Khan said here on Wednesday that the country was on the verge of default due to the incompetence and self-centered policies of the incumbent federal government.

'Whatever the 'imported' rulers do, we will never let them succeed in their nefarious ambitions,' he said, adding that the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf would firmly stand for the rights of people and would also form the next government with a huge majority in the upcoming general elections.

Addressing different delegations of political activists from Tank, Haripur and Dera Ismail Khan who joined PTI in the provincial capital, the chief minister claimed that Tehreek-i-Insaf had become the most popular party not only in KP but across the country.

Says PTI stands for people's rights

He recalled that the national economy was stabilising and a number of public welfare initiatives had been launched despite daunting challenges during the PTI government in the centre while Ihsaas programme, Sehat card, shelter homes, langar khanas, provision of financial assistance, nutrition programme and many more initiatives had been taken despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

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