PTI to give surprise in next elections: FM Qureshi

PDM working on external agenda: FM Qureshi

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Multan: The Minister of Foreign Affairs (FM) Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Sunday that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) is setting an external agenda and all parties in the coalition oppose the coalition.

The press release stated that he made these points at the inauguration of Surajkund Road and Sui Gas Road at NA-156 here.

The political parties in PDM have neither any ideology nor any agenda for the welfare of the general public. Qureshi said, whether it is a long march or a short march, the Pakistan Justice Movement is not afraid of marching.

“Let the PDM fulfill the passion of protest and march. Like the movements in the past, this time too the PDM will be disappointed” stated the foreign minister.

The desire to overthrow the government would remain a desire.

PTI was the only political party that was a supporter of the federation and a national political party which also supported state agenda, Qureshi said.

He added that the government would complete its constitutional term. PTI would also come to power after 2023 elections, Shah Mahmood Qureshi hoped.

Earlier, he opened the road for Surajkund Road, which was completed within a year at a cost of 1 million rupees. 235 million US dollars, and the completion cost of the Sui Gas Road is 200 million rupees. 180 million.

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