PML-N slams PTI’s 100-day plan, calls Imran No Action Talk Only commander
ISLAMABAD: In a hard-hitting rejoinder to the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s (PTI) agenda for the first 100 days of its government if voted to power, Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Tuesday termed it a pack of international contradictions.
Flanked by Finance Minister Miftah Ismail and other PML-N leaders, the minister said the PTI’s plan is not realistic and in sync with ground realities.
“The 100-day plan is the stolen concept of the Vision 2025 presented by the PML-N government,” he said and added there is no dearth of political charlatans in the country and one such charlatan presented the 100-day plan.
He said his party’s government promised to eradicate energy crisis, extremism, and improve economy, which it fulfilled.
“We added 10,000 megawatt of electricity into the national grid in the past five years, eradicated the scourge of terrorism, and brought peace to Karachi and Baluchistan.”
The GDP growth rate before our government stood at 3 per cent but now it stands at 5 per cent, he said.
The minister said the PTI failed to implement its 2013 agenda after it was voted to power in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and asked the party chief to show what it has done during its five-year tenure in the province.
He described Imran Khan as commander of “NATO,” which he said stands for “No Action Talk Only.”
Iqbal said three parties stand in the court of people who can assess their performance by visiting the provinces where they have been in power.
Elections are won on the basis of performance, not mere presentation, he said and added there seems to be a contest between two parties only – one “presentation party and the second performance party”.