PTI tigers turning to wolves for public: Rasheed

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Information Pervez Rasheed has said that Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf sacrificed four lives in its protests across Lahore today [Monday], ARY News reported.

Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, he said PTI tigers are actually proving to be wolves for the public. “As Imran Khan steps out of his Bani Gala residence, he runs over bodies for political aims,” he alleged.

The minister said way of ambulances was blocked during the PTI protest. The patient who was being transported to a hospital begged for his life, but PTI workers didn’t listen to the helpless man and the patient died, he claimed.

Like his past, Imran also reneged on his promised and violated rules during his protest in Lahore, he added.

The PTI, he said, even didn’t spare the female journalists.

He said the federal government was standing with the heirs of victims, who died in PTI protest, in Lahore.

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