Imran Khan’s anti-government movement to fail again: Khursheed

ISLAMABAD: Leader of Opposition in National Assembly Khursheed Shah on Thursday said Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan did not take any opposition or even leaders of his own party into confidence over starting anti-government movement, ARY News reported.

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“I believe that he has even overlooked advice of his senior party member Shah Mehmood Qureshi in this regard,” he said while talking to media persons outside Parliament House.

He said Khan’s anti-government movements failed in the past because of his this behavior of one-man show. It was regretful that he did not learn from his past and was trying to repeat it which would again lead him towards failure.

The opposition leader advised Imran Khan that he could not achieve goal through his solo struggle against the government. It would be better if he had first consulted his leadership.

To a query, he said Sindh Rangers should be given powers, however paramilitary force should itself abide by laws. Otherwise, it gives people an impression of state within a state.

Khursheed Shah said police had also played crucial role for law and order situation in Sindh. Many police officers embraced martyrdom in the operation against criminals.

“We should give credit to police for peace in Sindh including Karachi so that they also get encouraged,” he said.

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Imran Khan’s anti-government movement to fail again: Khursheed

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