Awan urges Shehbaz to convey again ‘overseas property’ to assist Pakistan fight coronavirus


Awan urges Shehbaz to convey again ‘overseas property’ to assist Pakistan fight coronavirus

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan on Wednesday mentioned the Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif ought to convey again his overseas property to assist Pakistan fight the coronavirus.

“Shehbaz should bring back his foreign assets to the country as it will help us in tackling coronavirus,” she mentioned, including that this was a golden alternative for the PML-N stalwart.

Slamming Shehbaz for a speech he had given in opposition to the federal government earlier, she mentioned: “He delivered a speech in which he a gave a delusional roadmap and also criticised the government for its shortcomings in the battle against the coronavirus.”

“I want him to know that 10 years is an ideal amount of time for any chief minister for improving and introducing new technology to the health sector,” she mentioned, lamenting that Shehbaz had not accomplished sufficient.

“This isn’t the time for doing politics and we need to be focused so that we can spread awareness among the masses regarding coronavirus and curb its spread,” she urged.

“I got to know that Shehbaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto walked out of the recent parliamentary leaders meeting,” she mentioned, including: “I urge them that this is not the time to think selfishly and that they should help the government in tackling the current challenges.”

“The opposition should criticise the government but propose measures to combat the pandemic as well,” she added.

Pakistan has been dealing with an increase in coronavirus instances, because the nation’s tally shot previous 1,000 on Wednesday.

However, Sindh — the place the provincial authorities is taking stern steps to curb the unfold of COVID-19 — stays the worst affected with over 400 confirmed instances.

There have been eight deaths so removed from coronavirus within the nation, with the newest reported in the present day in Punjab.