ISLAM­ABAD     -   Minister for Information and Broad­casting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Friday regretted Imran Khan’s “politics of po­larisation and anarchy” amid flash floods which had wreaked havoc in dif­ferent parts of the coun­try. “Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are under water, but Imran Khan is bent on creating anarchy and division in the coun­try,” she said in a news statement while reacting the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman’s address to a public gathering in Gujrat. She said people knew reality of Imran Khan who was a” for­eign agent, liar, thief and plotter”. These were the people who ousted Im­ran Khan from the Prime Minister’s Office, and the “cartels and mafias” from the Parliament, she added. She said the country was in the grip of climate change phenomenon after flash floods, but ironically, Imran Khan was think­ing of himself and his politics only. Imran Khan should steer clear of his narcissism, and avoid thoughts of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif if he wanted to think about the people, she re­marked. Marriyum said the inflation would have been under control if Im­ran Khan had not signed an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on weak grounds and ruined the economy in four-year tenure of his govern­ment. If Imran Khan had not taken a historic loan of 20 thousand billion, there would have been no unemployment today, she added. She said Im­ran Khan had hired ser­vices of a US-based firm to improve his image.