Old PPP slogan of 'roti, kapra, makaan' was no longer attracting people to the party in Sindh: Qureshi.

SAKRAND -- Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Wednesday slammed Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and his party and said the PPP popularity in Punjab is 'merely 5pc'. The foreign minister added that the PPP chairperson is not popular in Kyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan or Karachi.

Talking to the media in Sakrand, the foreign minister stated that the old PPP slogan of 'roti, kapra, makaan' was no longer attracting people to the party in Sindh. Qureshi added that the PPP was using resources such as ambulances and police forces in their 'so-called march'. Reiterating that Bilawal 'still had to learn', Qureshi said the young PPP leader still needs more experience.

'However, a plant does not bear fruit in a year', he remarked, adding that he himself had 36 years of practical political experience and had worked his way up from the municipality level.

'Rs1,400 billion had been allocated for the development of Sindh in the past 14 years. Imran Khan has allocated Rs1 trillion for Sindh in just three years', FM Qureshi compared.

He maintained that the audit report showed that 44% of Sindh's budget went towards corruption, a statistic that Qureshi claimed was highlighted by government agencies and not PPP's opposition.

'You PPP have been sitting in the provincial government for the last 15 years, yet you refuse to answer for your actions', Qureshi said.

He stated that the health, education, and law-and-order in Sindh - which were controlled by the provincial...

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