KARACHI – Spokesperson for the Sindh government and Advisor to the CM on Law, Environment & Coastal Development Barrister Murtaza Wahab has said that PTI does not believe in working as a party. In a video statement released here on Thursday, Murtaza said, “Prime Minister Imran Khan had made so many promises with the people of Karachi before coming to power. But after coming to power, he has not fulfilled even a single promise he had made with people of this city.” He said it was surprising that four days had passed since rains stopped in Karachi. “Much of the rainwater has been drained out, but the prime minister is still to visit the port city,” he regretted.
“It is a surprise and a pity that four days have passed since the rains in Karachi, the rainwater drainage problem has been resolved to a great extent and [now] the PM has remembered Karachi,” said Wahab in a video statement on Thursday.
He alleged that the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) paid heed to Karachi only when it needed votes or donations, adding that it had not fulfilled any of the campaign promises made to the people and its hypocrisy had now been exposed.
“Did anyone see the Sindh governor on the streets during the rainfall or did PTI’s lawmakers come out to help people?” he asked.
Murtaza Wahab said that PTI government was shedding crocodile tears over the situation in Karachi, as it did not show concern when the streets and roads were flooded. “Party’s hypocrisy has been exposed to the people of this city,” he said, and added, “They only come to people of this city for the sake of votes and donations.”
“How long will the federal government continue to exploit and do injustice to people of Karachi?” Murtaza queried.