Imran playing with Constitution and laws: Saad


Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique on Sunday criticised PTI Chairman Imran Khan and said that while he was “apparently” a democratic leader, he has been “playing with the Constitution and laws” of the country.

Speaking during a press conference alongside Federal Minister for Economic Affairs Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, the railways minister said that the previous government, led by the PTI, had “destroyed” the railways system of the country.

“The Imran mafia and his political clowns have damaged the country,” he maintained, adding that while PTI leaders accuse members of other political parties to be thieves, they “themselves are the biggest thieves” the country had ever witnessed.

“They live in 300-kanal houses but pay negligible income taxes,” Rafique said. He further berated Khan and said that while he criticises the children of other politicians for living abroad, his own sons are living in London.

“Do your own sons live in Kala Shah Kaku?” he said, adding that PTI leaders are “worse than dictators” because they “hurl abuses at anyone who disagrees with.”

He further said that the incumbent government was compelled to go to other countries to ask for monetary help because of Khan’s incompetence.

“In turn, those who have to fix Khan’s mess have been labelled traitors,” Rafique said.The railways minister added that while Khan kept crying foul about a “foreign conspiracy” that led to his ouster, everything to remove his government was carried out in a constitutional way.

“It was, indeed, our demand to hold elections in the country,” he said, adding that it was the PML-N government that had introduced the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, but when the PTI came into power, it “froze all the projects.”

Taking over the presser, Sadiq said that when Khan was in power, he “sat down with former US president Donald Trump and signed a deal regarding Kashmir.”

Speaking about the Toshakhana controversy, Sadiq said that a reference has been filed in this regard and submitted to the speaker of the National Assembly. “The speaker will announce a decision within 30 days, after which the reference will be forwarded to the Election Commission of Pakistan,” he maintained.


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