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Early elections will push nation into default: Shahid Khaqan

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Early elections will push nation into default: Shahid Khaqan

  • Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says everyone wants to offer precedence to the nationwide curiosity.
  • Says previous 4 years of the nation have been wasted resulting from poor governance.
  • Says authorities might be producing as much as 29,000 MW until June 29. 

PML-N senior chief Shahid Khaqan Abbasi dominated out the opportunity of early elections within the nation, saying because of the present financial turmoil, the nation will transfer in the direction of default, Geo News reported.

Speaking on Geo News programme Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi stated, “Early elections are not the solution to the country’s problems. It will default if handed over to the interim government for three months.”

The former premier stated that the federal government knew the political price of its selections, however as he had talked about earlier, “everybody would have to give priority to the national interest.”

“We will gain nothing by playing politics. If the country moves towards default, which government will steer the country out of this crisis?” he requested, “At least there is a government who is dealing with the situation, and we will go to the masses before elections after solving issues,” he added.

The former PM, shedding gentle on the present financial state of the nation, went on to comment that after we got here to workplace, the nation’s financial situation was worse than we had anticipated as a result of the previous 4 years of the nation have been wasted resulting from poor governance.

Regarding the state of affairs of load shedding within the nation, he acknowledged, “Plans are now being made to procure coal, LNG, and oil, while the former government made no such arrangements.”

“As of today, we produce 21,000 megawatts (MW) of power; by June 29, this will increase to 29,000 MW, and load shedding will be reduced to less than two hours,” he continued.

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