PPP leaders allege PTI wants to misuse law

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Pakistan People’s Party Central Punjab Acting President Rana Farooq Saeed alleged on Sunday that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) wanted to misuse the law and get undue benefit from it.

In a statement issued here, he said the Punjab government failed to get registered a case of attack on Imran Khan and his long march due to attitude of the PTI chairman. He said the largest province of the country had been facing administrative crisis.

He called upon the chief justice to form a full-court commission to investigate the attack long march in Wazirabad.

Earlier PPP leaders Shazia Marri and Faisal Karim Kundi criticised PTI Chairman Imran Khan over his party’s long march towards Islamabad, saying he was ‘destabilising the country’ through ‘politics of propaganda, hate and division’.

“While you comfort your own children, why you are using the other people’s children for your long march,” said Ms Marri while speaking to journalists.

Commenting on the situation after the floods, Ms Marri, who is also the federal minister for poverty alleviation and social safety, said 34 districts of the country were still inundated while 8.2 million people need medical aid.

“But still, some conspirators are trying to divert the focus of people from floods to politics,” she said in an apparent reference to the PTI’s march, adding Mr Khan was unconcerned about the devastation as he was angry over being removed as the prime minister.

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