Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Monday said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan did not want the economy to stabilise and for that he desired riots, chaos and anarchy in the country.
Reacting to Imran Khan’s video statement, she said the situation was the worst, but it was not for the country rather for Imran Khan whose “crutches have been broken.”
He was worried that the institutions were not becoming part of his dirty politics. “The umpires whom he called animals” were neutral, the minister added.
Marriyum said the “incompetent and inefficient” person, who had stolen the Toshakhana gifts, was out of his habit dragging the national institutions into his “unholy politics”.
She pleaded that it was the responsibility of the Election Commission of Pakistan and the judiciary to hold the “foreign agent” accountable for his wrongdoings, including the Toshakhana theft.
The minister said the traders, the business community, and the farmers were fully aware that the country was caught in the vortex of economic collapse caused by the Imran Khan regime.—APP