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Kh Saad blast on media during campaign of NA-122 for favouring PTI’s candidates

Railway Minister Kh saad RafiqueLahore: Federal minister for Railways Kh Saad Rafique blast upon media during campaign of NA-122 for favouring PTI’s candidates.

addressing a gathering of Railways workers,Khawaja Saad Rafique said that the sellers of tobacco,education,oil & ghee and nan-channay have become the owners of media house,the anchors knotting red ties made comments without knowing the ground realities.some self-proclaimed journalists are spreading disappointment and distress in the media, he added.

Khawaja Saad lashed out at PTI Chairman Imran Khan while saying that he has hidden in the mountains of Bani-Gala after the announcement of bye-elections in NA-122,why not he coming to face the people of Lahore,he could only criticize the developments projects but could not make a welfare project for the masses.

He said that Imran Khan’s non-serious attitude has damaged the country’s political and democratic system.  He alleged, Imran Khan tried to block the country’s path to progress and prosperity.
The railway minister predicted that Imran Khan would be rejected by the people of Lahore once again. “People generally prefer serious and practical politics,” he noted.

Khawaja Saad Rafique said the PML-N was destined to win the election NA-122  by-poll as people would vote for real change and not the hollow slogans,they would elect their representative on the basis of performance and character of  the candidate,he maintained.

He said Imran had alleged that May 11, 2013 general elections  were rigged but the findings of judicial commission proved the PTI chief wrong.

Saad Rafique said that PML-N leadership had faced jails and cases but they always stood with the people as the masses loved and  supported them but Imran had never made any contribution towards  democracy.

 

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