LONDON: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar Wednesday criticised the settlement signed by the Pakistani authorities with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), saying that the cash lender has demanded all the things we personal (as collateral) towards the loans being given to us.
Talking to reporters in London, Chaudhry Sarwar stated the get together has not instructed him to step down from his place and the impression being provided that he has been sidelined can be not appropriate.
Meanwhile, UK-based PTI chief Aneel Musarrat has additionally dismissed rumours of Mohammad Sarwar’s variations with the get together.
When requested concerning the displeasure of the Punjab governor with the PTI, Aneel Mussarat stated even siblings quarrel often.
“There is no such thing here, Muhammad Sarwar is an old comrade, he does not seem angry and will be with us in the next elections as well,” he stated.
Aneel Mussarat stated that Imran Khan would battle to fulfil his guarantees within the final two years.
Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar had raised eyebrows earlier this week when he spoke out towards the PTI.
“I never asked for the governor’s position but had been asked by the party’s leadership to accept it,” he had stated.
“When you are in a party, you have to accept the party’s decision and you cannot rebel against it. This was our party’s unanimous decision,” Sarwar had stated.
When he was requested by a reporter whether or not this was executed to sideline him, the Punjab governor had agreed, saying that he realised the identical later. Criticising the federal government, he had stated the outdated system had failed to deal with the wants of the individuals.
Sarwar stated he may have delivered for the plenty if he was given one other function, including that he was doing his greatest to fulfil his responsibility in areas the place he may train his area.
The Punjab Governor had stated, “so far we have failed to bring judicial and police reforms”.
“A tragedy of Pakistan that we have not strengthened our institutions. Successive governments have failed. We run after the personalities and don’t think about strengthening institutions.”