Imran warns against delay in FATA reforms implementation

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Nawaz trying to pave way for martial law
Tariq Saeed

Peshawar

Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Imran Khan Friday demanded immediate implementation of the FATA reforms and warned that further delay in the matter was destined to benefit the enemies of the country.
Speaking to media persons at the Chief Minister House Peshawar, the PTI Supremo came hard on the former prime minister and Chief of his own faction of Muslim League Mian Nawaz Sharif whom he said was hell bent to create rift among the state institutions for personal gains.
Nawaz Sharif is attempting to pave wave for the Martial Law in the country but all his efforts would meet failure. “At least I don’t hear any voices in favour of Martial law nor I have ever supported the imposition of Martial law he said Nawaz is himself trying to have martial law in the country”, Imran added .
Imran Khan said Nawaz Sharif was fighting in order to save the money he had minted from malpractices. He said that Nawaz knew that if he was found guilty, he would have to loose the money he had made from corruption. “The government is busy providing protocol to a person who has been disqualified by the courts,” he said
Imran Khan said that former premier was using Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to create a rift between country’s institutions as “he is not fighting for any rights rather he is trying to hide his corruption”. Imran said adding Nawaz new that if money laundering allegations against him were proved, all of his assets abroad would be frozen.
Demanding of the federal government to immediate implement Fata reforms, Imran opined that the PML-N government had no other option but to integrate Fata and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
PTI chief said that the conditions in tribal areas especially North and South Waziristan were really bad and demanded early attention. “It is essential that people from those areas also get representation in the provincial assembly,” Imran said and feared if FATA reforms were not implemented in letter and spirits it would affect people in tribal areas the most.