Corruption stains cannot be removed by speaking English in twisted tongue: Hammad Azhar says to Bilawal


ISLAMABAD, June 18 (Online): Federal Minister for Energy Hammad Azhar on Friday while targeting PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto said in Senate Friday that corruption stains would not be removed by speaking English in twisted tongue.

He said people have elected us and we have not come through 10 percent or 20 percent. Those who have never done any business are telling us how to run economy.

If you have to see devastation of corruption then go to Sindh and see it there, he remarked.
If Bilawal has courage then he should go out after hearing my speech, he observed.

During PPP regime price hike ratio remained very high, he claimed. PPP has approached IMF more than any other government in Pakistan. 4 percent growth was troubling them. PPP could not even achieve 1% growth during its five-year tenure.

We integrated 160000 families into Ehsas program and during PPP regime government officers were extorting money in BISP, he claimed.

Bilawal said tax has been imposed in FATA and Azad Kashmir, he said adding perhaps he has not read budget. He should study budget and tell us what tax has been levied in FATA and AJK.