‘Raiwind March to be a political suicide for PTI’

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Quetta—Provincial Additional Secretary of Pakistan Muslim League-N Balochistan chapter, Mir Liaquat Lehri Saturday said Raiwind March will prove to be political suicide of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI).
He said PTI, which is ruling Khyber Pakhtunk-hawa, should opt for self-accountability instead criticizing others. Talking to party workers and media persons here, he said people had posed their trust in the leadership of Prime Minister, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and voted for PML-N to bring it into power. ‘Some elements are not tolerating PML-N in the government and they have been launching false and baseless propaganda against the family of the Prime Minstar,’ he said.
He said that PTI would commit political suicide by initiating march on Raiwind. ‘It will be political suicide of PTI if it marches towards Raiwind,’ he said. Lehri said that PML-N has become the largest political party of the country as it has its roots in all four federating units, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan. ‘The pro-people policies of the incumbent government have been resulting in the boost of na-tional economy as the international financial institu-tions have termed financial indicators of Pakistan as positive. ‘At one hand, the world has been admiring fast economical growth of Pakistan and on other, some elements want to create political instability to damage economy by launching so-called marches and staging sit-ins,’ he said.
Meanwhile, Minister for Com-merce Engr Khurram Dastgir Khan said people would give their decision about performance of the government through ballot box, not through protest demonstrations. The government is speedily working for the development of the country and masses. Criticizing government’s policies is the beauty of democracy, he said talking to a private news channel.
The minister said peaceful protest is right of every political party but Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) should resolve its matter through Parliament.
He urged PTI to do positive politics in the coun-try instead of holding protest demonstrations. Replying to a question, he said a private foreign institution has shared information in the shape of Panama Papers and it is just information.—APP