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Rana Sanaullah shows anger over federal govt performance

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Law, Rana Sanaullah has said that PPP and its allies did nothing except loot, plunder and nepotism during the last four and a half years. He said removal of a number of ministers and the decisions of the judiciary are witness to the fact that Zardari & Co left no stone unturned to make the country bankrupt. He said that the entire nation is fully aware of the poor performance of federal government and it will certainly take revenge through its vote in the coming general elections.

Rana Sanaullah said that the press conference of federal information minister, Qamar Zaman Kaira is a bunch of lie in which he has criticized the performance of Punjab government regarding collection of taxes. He said that the claim of increase in expenses of provincial governments is baseless whereas if the foreign tours at federal level are accounted for, everything will be clear. He said that instead of expressing happiness on Asghar Khan case, PPP should review its performance.

Rana Sanaullah demanded that instead of suffering from the grief of the government set up in 1990, PPP should give account of the funds given to IB during Governor Rule only three years ago in 2009 which were aimed at only toppling the PML-N government in Punjab. He said that Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is the most popular leader of the country and the nation and Qamar Zaman Kaira cannot decrease his popularity through a press conference. Rana Sanaullah said the federal information minister has totally ignored this aspect in his press conference that the increase in revenue is in fact the increase in local and foreign loans whereas he is blaming Punjab government of it.

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