Rulers have put intolerable weight of loans on atomic Pakistan: Muhammad Basharat Raja
Economic and social justice necessary for progress
Address Istehkam-e-Pakistan Convention organized by Muslim League Youth Wing
Lahore (March 06, 2017) Pakistan Muslim League (PML) Punjab Chief Organizer and former provincial Law Minister Muhammad Basharat Raja has said that objectives for which Pakistan had come into existences have not been achieved till today, people are suffering from host of problems and running around for medical treatment, ventilators are not available for patients in big cities hospitals even, there are only 7 ventilators in big city like Rawalpindi which is a big joke with the people.
He said that economic circumstances of atomic Pakistan are highly questionable, rulers have put intolerable weight of loans on the country, even new born children of the rulers own billions of rupees whereas children in industrial city like Sialkot are forced to do work, nations only progress if economic and social justice is available but only one family is progressing and the entire country is being pushed under loans.
He said this while addressing as the chief guest at Istehkam-e-Pakistan Convention held under the auspices of PML Youth Wing in Sialkot. The convention was also addressed by President PML district Sialkot Ch Maqsood Sulehria, President Youth Wing Punjab Zulfiqar Pappan, Organizer Sadaf Butt, President Youth Wing Sialkot Dr Shehzad among others.
Convention was attended by Ch Salim Baryar, Bao Rizwan, Ansar Baryar, Zulfiqar Ghumman, Haq Nawaz Bhalli, Sheikh Omar, Irfan Ehsan, Rana Istikhar, Inamul Haq and other leaders and workers in large number.
Maqsood Sulehria said that importance and worth of establishment should be asked from people who sacrificed their sons, this is shameful for us that doctors instead of treating patients in the hospitals and teachers instead of teaching children are protesting on roads for protection of their jobs, mothers are throwing their children into canals out of poverty, it is a matter of great shame that we cannot run a big steel mill even. #