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Friday proved a blessed day for Pakistan: Memon

Credit for removing Pakistan from the gray list goes to Foreign Minister and team, Information Minister Sindh

Karachi: Provincial Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon has said that the credit for removing Pakistan from the gray list goes to Foreign Minister and Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and his team.

While holding the Press Conference in Karachi, he said that Friday proved to be a blessed day for the country. The Pakistan Army and other institutions played an important role in removing the country from the gray list and Pakistan completed the implementation of all the points in this regard ahead of time.

He said that India tried its best not to remove Pakistan from the gray list, but India had to face failure.

Sharjeel Memon said that the second important development is the removal of the veil from the face of the biggest hypocrite in Pakistan.

He said that the Election Commission declared Imran Khan ineligible on the basis of corruption and all the members unanimously decided that Imran Khan is no longer righteous and Amin.

Information Minister said that Saqib Nisar, who gave him the certificate of Sadiq and Amin, opened his polls yesterday. The Election Commission has also decided to file a criminal case against Imran Khan in court.

He said that on the issue of Imran Khan and PTI, decisions are being given by looking at the fees and not the cases. The Sindh government is giving a warning to the PTI that if they block the roads, the ambulance and public roads will be blocked. If they try to stop it, they will be dealt with severely.

He said that he has instructed the Sindh Police that if they are protesting in a field or park, they should be allowed and if they block the roads, strict action should be taken against them as per the law.

In response to a question, he said that the work of rehabilitation of the flood victims has started in Sindh, we are trying to provide seeds and other facilities to the victims along with the construction of their houses.

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