Info Minister vows to continue struggle against corrupt elements

News Desk

The Pakistan Thereek-e-Insaaf government believes in democracy and has promoted democratic values in the country.

This has been stated by the Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Shibli Faraz while addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Sunday.

The Information Minister further stated that the PTI has emerged as the majority party in the National Assembly and the Senate besides it has representation in all the provinces. He said the reason for the popularity of PTI is that the party is sticking to its ideology based on morality and rule of law.

“Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) and Peoples Party (PPP) on the other hand have confined to Punjab and Sindh provinces respectively,” he added.

Shibli Faraz has said that the alliance of opposition parties is not out to protect the interests of masses but their own plundered amount. He said the opposition parties are resorting to different tactics to pressurize the government but the Prime Minister will not come under pressure as he is doing politics of principles.

“The people of Pakistan are standing behind the Prime Minister and there was an environment of jubilation across the country when he won the vote of confidence from the National Assembly yesterday,” he said.

He vowed to continue struggle against the elements which socially, economically and democratically damaged the country. He said the government believes in transparent elections and has also taken steps in that regard.