Karachi:The meeting between Nawaz Sharif and Bilawal in connected to the widespread nexus of corruption in this country; however, the people of Pakistan would reject all corrupt elements, said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh chapter general secretary and parliamentary leader in Sindh Assembly addressing a three-day Difa-e-Pakistan March of his party on Tuesday.
According to details, the Difa-e-Pakistan March led by Haleem Adil and MPA Dua Bhutto previous evening reached Larkana and attended a big Jalsa arranged by PTI leader Saifullah Abro. They stayed for night at the residence of PTI leader Adil Unnar and on Tuesday morning left for Sehwan via Kambar, Mehar, Khairpur Nathan Shah and Dadu. The march culminated at the shrine of Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, where it offered special prayers for the solidarity and safety of the country.
Addressing on the occasion, Haleem Adil said this March has given a solid message that all citizens of Pakistan are united for the defense of the motherland. He said that the PPP government in Sindh has deprived the people of all basic facilities. He said hunger, poverty and joblessness is on the rise. He said that Larkana is the constituency of Adi but voters here even do not get clean drinking water. He said the rulers of Sindh have done nothing saving corruption. Haleem Adil said Bilawal had met a person who used to talk about Benazir Bhutto in offensive manner. He said the meeting of Nawaz and Bilawal means that under the banner of corruption they are fully united. He said now all thieves are joining hands.
He said Imran Khan would get their wickets with one full-toss delivery. He said during last 10 years a budget of Rs10000billion was given to the PPP government but they fully misappropriated it. He said the rulers have made Larkana an orphaned city. He said now this city is a Gutteristan and PPP government is behind the issues faced by this city. He said now it is time that corruption kings in Sindh also face the music. He thanked the people of Punjab and Sindh for warmly welcoming the PTI March and said all provinces of Pakistan back the national institutions.