PPP bent on giving hard time to PML-N govt: Yousaf Raza Gilani

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MULTAN-Former prime minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has warned that the PPP will adopt an aggressive stance against anti-public policies and unveil corruption as well as misuse of national exchequer in the development projects.
Addressing a meeting of Coordination Committee for South Punjab, he added that the time was ripe to give tough time to the PML-N rulers.
He said the federal and Punjab governments had failed to fulfill even a single promise they made with the people.
As a result, the said, unemployment and poverty increased in the country.
He maintained that the nation needed electricity and gas instead of projects like metro bus or orange train.
He said that the power shortfall had further increased in the country but the rulers were focused on securing kickbacks in road projects.
He said that the PPPP would not leave the people of Pakistan alone and hold the rulers accountable for the poor management and corruption.
The participants of the meeting agreed to appoint Abdul Qadir Shaheen as secretary of South Punjab Coordination Committee and Khawaja Rizwan Alam spokesperson.
It was decided during the meeting that the Coordination Committee would organise workers conventions at district level across the South Punjab region and bring all annoyed leaders and workers back.
It was also decided that Mr Gilani would arrange a function in honour of former office-bearers of the party in Multan on June 1 while the first workers convention would be held in Rahim Yar Khan on June 2.
The meeting was chaired by Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani while former governor Makhdoom Ahmad Mahmood, Shaukat Basra, Mahmood Hayat Tochi Khan, Andul Qadir Shaheen and Khawaja Rizwan Alam were in attendance.

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