Kakar’s ‘unacceptable’ remarks about Khan rankle PTI

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) spokesperson lambasted the caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar for his irresponsible, worrisome and unacceptable statements concerning the political fate of PTI Chairman Imran Khan and PTI, insisting him to fulfill his constitutional duty to hold free and fair polls in stipulated timeframe.

PTI spokesperson termed the caretaker premier’s remarks very reckless, shocking and unacceptable that clearly indicated the role of caretaker government in the ongoing unconstitutional and immoral political engineering in the country.

He made it clear that any attempt to disappear PTI or PTI Chairman’s name from the ballot papers would be a criminal act against the country and nation and such disastrous move would not be tolerated come what may.

He said that the caretaker PM was trying to create muddle and confusion and waste the nation’s time by making rhetoric on irrelevant and unrelated issues rather than focusing on fulfilling his constitutional responsibilities to conduct free and undisputed elections in the constitutionally mandated time limit.

PTI spokesperson made it clear that the caretaker PM neither has the mandate nor has the power to keep PTI or the PTI Chairman out of the electoral race.

He warned that the nation would not accept any such conspiracy come what may, as they would resist any such notorious plan tooth and nail.

PTI spokesperson said that the discernible leniency in statements of the caretaker PM with regard to the execution of the law upon the return of the fugitives and court convicted person was a clear manifestation of the notorious “London Plan”.

He went on to say that what justification Kakar would present before the nation for his baseless accusations against PTI. PTI spokesperson reiterated that the future of a prosperous and developed Pakistan lied in fair, impartial and transparent polls in constitutionally defined time limits.




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