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Imran Khan slams coalition govt for not coping with terrorism, sinking economy

Says govt is only interested in NRO-2 and they are not mentioning the increasing risk of terrorism
PTI chief Imran Khan. File photo
PTI chief Imran Khan. File photo

LAHORE: Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairperson Imran Khan said on Monday that apart from running the economy to the ground, this “imported government” had failed to deal with the 50 percent increase in terrorism in Pakistan with incidents from Chaman to Swat to Lakki Marwat to Bannu as well as attacks from the Pak-Afghan border by security forces of a ‘friendly’ Afghan government.

“While our soldiers, police, and local people are giving daily sacrifices with their lives, the worst part is that this increasing terrorist threat and attacks from across our western border are finding no space in the discourse of this government of a cabal of crooks,” the former premier said in a tweet.

Lashing out at the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) led government, Imran Khan said that the coalition government had failed to stabilize the economy and control terrorism, adding that the elections were the only way to stabilize the destructed economy by political strength.

“All they are interested in is their NRO2 & its preservation. Therefore, despite economy tanking they are petrified of holding elections which is the only way to stabilise economy through political stabilisation,” he added.

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