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  • Dengain and Bar Bolian of PTI - Post Election Analysis

    So, there are countless time PTI leadership made big claims before election. Now they have gotten power. This thread is not about to oppose them, but to make them accountable on their claims.

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    First thing they should do... it will not require them to build huge infrastructure.... In past, when they used to sit on opposition benches.... they criticizes that gov't charges huge percentage of taxes on petroleum fuel.... Here is his video.... whining about 45% tax on diesel....

    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3850bv


    I am also sharing his tweet on oil prices.....


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      Every party does it. Nothing new. When PPP was in power, NS did the same. Staying in opposition even JI can celebrate all kinda anti-Amreeka days but if given full govt, they'll be following instructions just like everyone else
      We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star." -- Stephen Hawking

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        Originally posted by mahool View Post
        First thing they should do... it will not require them to build huge infrastructure.... In past, when they used to sit on opposition benches.... they criticizes that gov't charges huge percentage of taxes on petroleum fuel.... Here is his video.... whining about 45% tax on diesel....


        I am also sharing his tweet on oil prices.....
        So you expect PTI to do it the very first day in power? Muhammad Zubair is an absurd man, and will remain so.

        When Asad Umar made that statement, it was in combination with the fact that taxes are imposed on the weaker segment, whereas the rich and powerful get tax breaks. So yes, these taxes need to come down, but it will take time, not knee jerk reactions. And at the same time, tycoons should be directly taxed on their pockets, not their businesses.

        Asad Umar already said this in his statement yesterday that there would be no major concessions to the public in the first 100 days, as doing so would just be a temporary gimmick. PTI is here to make long term, sustainable moves that will be fruitful in the long run.
        The Thread Killer!

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