Speaking at a ceremony, Rafique said the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf-led government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) is unable to purge Peshawar of rodents, yet the party chairman is bent on criticizing others.
He slammed Khan for not having changed his attitude despite reaching 60 years of age.
The minister also castigated Imran for inaugurating projects that could provide hydel power to ‘a mere 200 households’. He said Khan set up an offshore firm at a time when the people knew nothing of it.
Responding to Rafique’s barbs, PTI spokesman Naeemul Haq asked the minister to first consider their own deeds prior to leveling allegations.
He added that those who shook the foundations of the country are based in Punjab.