Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior leader Talal Chaudhry and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Barrister Murtaza Wahab locked horns on Tuesday.
Both of the leaders involved in the spat when Mr Chaudhry expressed his views in line with Karachi, saying, "Karachi enables the county to run. But the garbage is not being collected in the city properly."
Mr Chaudhry said, "Karachi needs someone like Shehbaz Sharif. The PML-N will spring its surprise Sindh in the upcoming elections."
Hitting out at Mr Chaudhry, Mr Wahab said: "It is due to such people [Talal Chaudhry] that the PML-N puts strains on its relations with other political parties.’
– PPP blames PML-N for ballooning inflation –
The Pakistan Peoples Party on Tuesday fired a broadside at the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), claiming the party was responsible for whooping inflation.
Speaking exclusively to Samaa TV, PPP senior leader Chaudhry Manzoor asserted, “Former finance minister Ishaq Dar is responsible for the skyrocketing inflation. Ishaq Dar had delayed the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (Fund), due to which the country is facing severe economic hardships.”
Taking a jibe at Mr Dar, Mr Manzoor said, “The PPP has never considered Ishaq Dar as the scientist of the economy.”
"The PML-N is now talking about the Karachi issues when the elections in the country are around the corner. The federal government has always treated Karachi unfairly," Mr Wahab lamented.