Khattak termed security risk for KP

Abid Sher Ali asks Bilawal to start accountability from his home

FAISLABAD - Minister of State for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali yesterday described KP CM Pervez Khattak as a security risk for the province while launching diatribe against political rivals.

“KP CM Pervez Khattak is a security risk for his province as he had tried to pit provinces against the federation by using indecent language against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif”, he said this while talking to media men here on Saturday.

The outspoken state minister claimed that Sheikh Rashid along with dictator Pervez Musharraf had held PM Nawaz Sharif accountable and kept him along with his family members in solitary confinement in remote jails.

“Sh Rashid is the biggest robber in the country and people of Rawalpindi will inflict a crushing defeat on him in the coming general elections,” he added.

He underlined Panama leaks case is sub judice in the Supreme Court (SC) and let the court decide it. “Whatever decision is given by the court, it will be acceptable to the PM and PML-N,” he pointed out.

Abid Sher Ali observed that armed forces have rendered unprecedented sacrifices in the war against terrorism, adding that noble deeds of the armed forces will be written in golden letters. “We should respect this institution and we should not involve it in politics unduly,” the state minister emphasised.

The state minister advised Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to initiate probe against corruption from his home. He claimed that three previous governments had failed in proving baseless corruption allegations against Nawaz Sharif.

Turning his guns on PTI, Abid Sher Ali suggested Imran Khan to learn political maturity from Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

“Those claiming to gather a rally of one million people failed even to assemble a crowd of ten thousand people,” he criticised, boasting that such number of people gather at place without any notice where Nawaz Sharif visits.

He reiterated the pledge that the CPEC will be materialised during the tenure of the PML-N government. “Foreign forces want to fail this project but the government, people and armed forces will not allow their dreams to come true,” he declared.

 

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