Qaumi Watan Party (QWP) Chairman Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao said onFriday that his party would spare no effort to help resolve the issues being faced by the overseasPakistanis
PESHAWAR (Pakistan Point News / Online - 28th February, 2020) : Qaumi Watan Party (QWP) Chairman Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao said onFriday that his party would spare no effort to help resolve the issues being faced by the overseasPakistanis.According to a press release issued from Watan Kor, he was addressing a gathering of QWPworkers in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to mark 45th death anniversary of Shaheed Hayat MohammadKhan Sherpao.QWP provincial Chairman Sikandar Hayat Khan Sherpao, QWP Overseas Wing CoordinatorHaji Iqbal Wadud, QWP UAE chapter chairman Mohammad Saeed Khan Bamkhel and a largenumber of QWP workers were present on the occasion.
Paying glowing tributes to the martyred leader, Aftab Sherpao said that he had raised voice forthe voiceless people. He recalled that Hayat Sherpao had entered politics to challenge the forcesof the status quo.The QWP leader said that the overseas Pakistanis particularly the Pakhtuns were playing a keyrole in the development of Pakistan by sending remittances to the country.He said that the QWP believed in serving the people and there was no contradiction in its wordsand actions.
Coming down hard on the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government, he said that the rulerscould not provide any relief to the people in the last 18-month rule."The PTI has ruled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for over six years now, but it miserably failed toprovide any relief to the people," he said, adding that the slogan of change was a ploy to reachthe corridors of power.Aftab Sherpao added that the PTI rulers could not honour even a single pledge made with thepeople. He maintained that the people particularly the youth had become disillusioned with thePTI as it failed to come up to their expectations."The people now feel betrayed by the PTI government as it could not deliver on the electionpledges," he remarked. He recalled that those who had claimed to convert the Prime Minister'sHouse and the Governor's House into universities had deprived the youth of getting education.