Maran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday termed Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s speech at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly as a copy-pasted version of Imran Khan’s speech on the same platform.
Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday termed Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s speech at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) as a copy-pasted version of Imran Khan’s speech on the same platform.
According to a Geo News report, PTI senior vice president Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in a statement, it was a copy-paste of Imran khan’s address.
Qureshi said that Shahbaz addressed the issues in the same way as the PTI president did during his speech. He said that he may have copy-pasted Imran Khan’s earlier speech.
Qureshi questioned, pointing to Sharif’s remarks and said that, it was a good gesture by Shehbaz Sharif to remind the developed world that he was behind the worldwide climate catastrophe, but Shahbaz Sharif and his brother [Nawaz What are the steps [Scharf] has taken for climate change?”
Qureshi questioned, referring to Sharif’s remarks at the UNGA, where he said his speech was intended to explain the impact of the climate catastrophe that has put a third of Pakistan in a situation that no one has experienced in their life. had never seen.
The PTI leader alleged that if the previous PPP and PML-N governments had built water storage facilities in the last four decades, the country would not have faced such a dire situation, Geo News reported
Since June this year, Pakistan has faced poor monsoon season resulting in severe humanitarian and development crisis.
According to government estimates, nearly 33 million people across the country have been affected by continuous heavy rains and floods, the worst in decades.
Millions of acres of crops and orchards, many of which were ready for harvest, have been damaged and destroyed and the next planting season is at risk. Agriculture is an important source of livelihood and livelihood for most of the families in Pakistan and the country’s economy
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in his speech at the UNGA highlighted the devastation caused by the floods in his country due to the impact of climate devastation and urged global leaders to act before it is too late.
For 40 days and 40 nights, the flood came upon us. Large parts of the country are still under water. 33 million people, including women and children, are at risk of health. More than 1500 people have left the world including my 400 children.
are at greater risk,” he said, underlining that Pakistan emits less than 1 percent of greenhouse gases, yet why its people are paying the price of global warming.
About 11 million people will be pushed below the poverty line, while others will move into cramped urban shelters, leaving little room for climate-smart reconstruction.
He reiterated, nature has vented its fury on Pakistan without looking at our carbon footprint, which is nothing. Our actions did not contribute to this.
The Pakistan PM said that world leaders have to come together to “act now”.