Addressing a press conference here, Saad Rafique rejected the allegation against him of stamping votes at home. He added that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) is provoking its workers, which will further deteriorate the circumstances.
The minister said Imran Khan is politically immature and the government members will not respond to his remarks in the same manner.
He told that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has requested to run a special train for its October 18 rally in Karachi, adding, “Special trains can be arranged for the rallies of all political parties including PTI and PAT, but not for sit-ins”.
Saad Rafique warned that those promoting ‘Go Nawaz Go’ must keep in mind that they may also have to face such a situation.
He stated that sit-ins have obstructed the foreign investment and are causing severe damages to the national economy.