This latest video / vlog uploaded today on ” Capital TV “ YouTube Channel in Full HD.
The Topic of this video was ” I realized that medicines had become too expensive – Sheikh Rasheed ”
ایک ہفتہ پہلے میں بیمار ہوا تو مجھے احساس ہوا کہ دوائیاں بہت مہنگی ہوگئی ہیں۔ وزیر داخلہ شیخ رشید نے مہنگائی کا اعتراف کرلیا۔
Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed has said that Pakistan is in indirect touch with the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan.
At a press conference on Sunday, he clarified that direct communication with the outlawed organisation has not taken place.
Last month, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said that the government and the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan have reached a complete ceasefire. The negotiations were facilitated by the interim Afghan government.
Nawaz Sharif’s return
When asked about the rumours around PML-N founder Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan, the minister offered to pay for his fare to return to Pakistan. “I am allowing him a one-sided ticket as well.”
Rasheed said that the PML-N leader “created a drama” to leave the country. “He [Nawaz] never visited a doctor. All he did from there [London] was attack the judiciary and establishment.”
“Three members of his family are here. If Nawaz wants to come, he can too. Imran Khan is not going anywhere,” the minister pointed out.
He claimed that the opposition party is making hay out of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s local body election results. “Winning and losing is a part of the elections.”
“Look at yourself. You have been accused in one of the world’s biggest corruption cases. This is our misfortune. People may disagree with our reforms and politics but everyone knows that the Sharifs and Zardari families are corrupt, dishonest, sluggish, and extravagant.”
Rasheed said that PTI is facing the aftermath of what the previous governments did. “The only place we lack in is communication and we accept our mistakes.”
He added that PM Khan is not going anywhere. He will fight against corruption till his last breath
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