- Khattak slams Khan for elevating slogans of “new Pakistan”, “change”.
- He saysKhan’s ego halted growth initiatives in KP.
- Former KP CM phrases PTI chief “skilled and confident liar”.
KOHAT: Leaders of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-Parliamentarians (PTIP), together with former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief ministers Pervez Khattak and Mahmood Khan, expressed considerations concerning the political strategy adopted by their former boss Imran Khan, suggesting it had brought about immense hurt to the nation.
Addressing a public gathering held on the Kohat Sports Complex, the 2 leaders contended that the PTIP has garnered common help because of the commendable efficiency of its leaders.
Khattak emphasised that the nation had endured a long time of plundering, leading to a extreme financial disaster, accusing the PTI chief of being a talented and assured liar, with individuals usually mistaking his falsehoods for reality.
The former PTI chief additional criticised the ex-prime minister’s slogans of “new Pakistan” and “change”, contemplating them devoid of substance. Khattak mentioned Khan would hearken to their enter casually however didn’t take their suggestions critically.
The ex-CM mentioned he had authorized the western route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor venture to develop the province and create employment alternatives.
“We were about to introduce food card and education card to facilitate the people but Imran Khan sent packing our government eight months before the constitutional term in KP because of his ego,” mentioned Mahmood, including that they didn’t need a confrontation with the state establishments.
Both Khattak and Khan, who served as KP chief ministers throughout the PTI authorities’s tenure, give up the social gathering following an enormous exodus of leaders within the wake ofMay 9 mayhem —the day PTI employees wreaked havoc on the nation and attacked military installations.
Days after his departure, Khattak later shaped a brand new social gathering, whereas Mahmood and ex-lawmakers Shaukat Ali and Syed Muhammad Ishtiaq Urmar had been among the many 57 ex-assembly members who joined him.