PTI Wants Senate Elections to Conclude with Dignity: Abdul Hafeez Sheikh

FAISALABAD, Feb 19 (APP): Senate is upper house of the country and the PTI wants to complete its elections dignifiedly in a transparent manner, said Federal Minister for Finance & Revenue Affairs Abdul Hafeez Shaikh.

Talking to media persons after visiting residence of MNA Raja Riaz Ahmad on Friday, he said, “Pakistan is a democratic country which requires elections for its houses.”

The entire nation is watching the process of Senate elections while each party is trying its optimum to win it.

“We left it onto parliamentarians, who are true representatives of the masses, to elect the best persons for Senate,” he added.

He said that Pakistan is rich with natural resources but its wealth was looted and plundered by the previous rulers. He said that now people have realised who can protect the national kitty, who can run the country with self-reliance, who can reduce expenditures of government affairs, who canincrease taxes on the rich and wealthy, who can resolve the miseries and grievances of the masses and who can  fulfil the desires and expectations of Pakistani people.

“Therefore, we are optimistic that the people through their representatives will make the best decision during Senate elections,” he added.

Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said that parliamentarians of Faisalabad and Sahiwal had assured to support PTI in Senate elections. Responding to a question, the Governor said, “We honour and welcome criticism as it is imperative to highlight the core issues and all issues raised by MNA Raja Riaz Ahmad would be resolved on a priority basis.”

Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Affairs Malik Amir Dogar, Provincial Minister for Colonies Khayal Ahmad Kastro, local MNAs and MPAs were also present on the occasion.

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