Recent narrative of opposition aimed at putting aside corruption cases: Shibli

News Desk

The Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Senator Shibli Faraz has said that the recent narrative of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) is aimed at putting aside their corruption cases. He said that opposition’s narrative against Pakistan and national defense is not acceptable in any case.

According to media reports, the Information Minister has made these remarks while addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Tuesday. He said negative propaganda of PMLN is not acceptable to any segment of Pakistani society.

Senator Shibli Faraz slammed Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) for toeing the Indian agenda of spreading anarchy in the country.

“Government has planned to announce a reasonable support price for wheat that will help reducing the artificial shortage of flour in the country. Sindh government’s failure to purchase wheat on time led to the flour shortage,” he said.

The Informatin Minister further stated that according to the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan to facilitate small and medium enterprises, the government has decided that SMEs will get additional electricity on 50 percent reduced rates from first of this month till 30th of the June next year.

“Electricity will be provided to the industry on off-peak hours’ basis throughout the year,” he added.