ISLAMABAD: Former lawmaker and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Asad Umar said on Monday that it seems former prime minister Nawaz Sharif will call for boycott a week before the general elections, to be held on July 25.
Speaking to reporters at the Darbar Aaliya Morha Sharif, he said that Pakistan’s economy was under pressure due to the flawed policies of previous government. He said that if given chance in the coming election, PTI would resolve water crisis in Islamabad on urgent basis.
The PTI leader said that his party won’t struck any deal with the Pakistan People’s Party to come into the corridors of power. “The way things are going it looks like Almighty Allah wants to take an important task from Imran Khan,” he added. During his visit, Asad Umar requested shrine’s caretaker to do special prayers for his win in the forthcoming election.