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Shahbaz Sharif wasted Billions on failed projects : Ch Pervaiz Elahi

ch-pervaiz-elahiLahore : PML-Q senior central leader Ch Pervaiz Elahi has said that all 8 schemes given by Shehbaz Sharif in current 8 years rule in Punjab in different sectors have failed, billions of rupees of provincial exchequer have been wasted on these show off schemes and even ending some schemes millions of rupees’ interest is still being paid on the loans secured from banks.

He said this while responding to questions during talk with media at his residence here today.

He said that situation is getting worst every day instead improvement in all sectors including facilities for health and education and provision of employment, the prime minister is claiming establishment of new hospitals whereas his younger in the Punjab is leasing out government hospitals and schools on contract.

Former Chief Minister said further that the people are still benefitting from our historical works of welfare and well-being of the people whereas fate of all 8 schemes for which Shehbaz Sharif had done loud propaganda day and night including Sasti Roti, Yellow Cab, Ashiana, Mobil Health Units, Kisan Package, Health Cards, Danish Schools, State of the Art Hospitals and millions of rupees were spent only in advertisements of these schemes is before everyone, there are neither medicines in hospitals nor necessary equipments are functional, fateha has been offered for Sasti Roti Scheme long ago but even today interest is being paid to the banks for loans secured for this flop scheme, yellow cab scheme was started after it had failed, blue cab scheme has also failed, farmers keep on protesting every now and them against their increasing problems and difficulties, people hailing from different sectors are seen protesting, after spending budget of whole Punjab on jangla bus in Lahore and Rawalpindi now Rs 24 billion are being paid annually as subsidy but elderly people are unable to travel on these as escalators are not working.

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