ISLAMABAD: Chief Coordinator of Pakistan Muslim League (N) Siddiqul Farooq has advised Imran Khan to shun his present ways and utilise energies for Internally Displaced Persons and people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
In an exclusive interview to APP here om Wednesday, Chief Coordinator of Pakistan Muslim League (N) Siddiqul Farooq advised Imran Khan that he should seek unconditional apology from the nation for announcing to hang policemen with his own hands and celebrate `day of independence’ as `day of chaos’.
“Creating chaos on the day of independence is act of enemies of Pakistan whether Imran Khan wants to follow enemies of Pakistan by creating chaos on the Independence Day” Farooq questioned. Imran khan was against the military operation (Zarb e Azb) in North Waziristan as he was playing a double game for his personal reasons, he added.
He said it was right of the people of KP that he should be present in the camps on Sehari and Iftar and spend his days and nights on the streets and roads and villages to improve performance and start new projects in the province as was done by other provinces. To a question he said insulting campaign of Imran Khan about election tribunals was baseless as election tribunals decided 301 petitions out of the total 401 by May 31.
Thirty-seven of the 58 petitions filed by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf have been decided and only 21 were remaining while 38 of the 66 petitions of
PML-N were decided while 28 were remaining, which meant more petitions of PML-N were still undecided, he added.
Has Imran Khan fulfilled promise of eradicating corruption from KP in 90 days and arrested 100 crocodiles of corruption, he asked. Farooq said Imran Khan levelled allegation of 35 punctures and made claim he has a cassette of an ambassador, now he should let the nation hear this cassette. Now he should tell name of that brigadier as well, he added. PML-N leader said fissures have been emerged among PTI members over dictatorial attitude of Imran Khan. He said through various statements of Imran Khan, it has been learnt the PTI leader was not in favour of North Waziristan Operation (Zarb-e-Azb), rather he was against this operation. Imran Khan wanted to negotiate with the terrorists who killed more than 60,000 innocent Muslims, he added.
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