The outspoken PTI Minister for Water Resources Muhammad Faisal Vawda on Tuesday (June 26) while speaking at the National Assembly floor, Challenged the opposition leader in National Assembly, Shehabaz Sharif and said that he will step down as minister if rigging found during the recounting in NA-249 (Karachi) constituency.
“I will resign from my ministry and National Assembly seat if rigging was found during the re-counting,” said Vawda, who defeated former Punjab chief minister Shehbaz Sharif from a Karachi constituency in the 2018 general elections.
On the other hand while talking to a private news channel he said there is a need for implementation of laws to wipe out the elements involved in plundering national money. He added that we need to bring changes in laws so that anyone found involved in corrupt practices can face severe punishment without delay.
The Minister said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government is taking action against all corrupt persons irrespective of party affiliation or groups. Faisal Vawda said Prime Minister Imran Khan wants to ensure equal justice, health and education system for all. He said the opposition does not have much capacity to launch a movement against the government as they themselves have been divided in different groups.
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18 July, 2019