PTI trying to make institutions controversial: Hoti

mardan   -  Former federal minister and senior leader of Pakistan People’s Party, Nawabzada Khwaja Mohammad Khan Hoti on Friday strongly criticised former prime minister Imran Khan and said that Imran Khan is mentally ill person and needs treatment.

He expressed these views while addressing a news conference at Mardan press club. Khwaja Hoti said that this person does not believe in the law and constitution of the country and questioned that there is no one to bring this mentally ill person under the law. He added that Imran Khan used un-Islamic words in the Peshawar conference and tried to compare himself with the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

He added that in his political career, he has not seen such a type of prime minister who neither obeyed the Constitution nor the judiciary and parliament. He added that Imran Khan only wanted power and this made him mentally ill.

He added that during the no-confidence motion, Imran Khan hung up the Constitution for four days. He argued that Imran Khan during the last three and half years’ government isolated the country and damaged the relationship with China, Saudi Arabia, America, Europe and other countries.

PPP former federal minister argued that Imran Khan during his power only use harsh words against the opposition party’s leaders and did nothing for the poor people of the country. He added that Imran Khan also pressured media houses and journalists.

He added that PTI government, however, could not prove any corruption charges against the opposition   leaders   in the last three years.

PPP leader said that Imran Khan is trying to make the state institutions controversial and wants to spread anarchy in the country by taking out processions and meetings of a few people in the country. He added that through this way Imran Khan also wants to protect himself from accountability.

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