Imran says ‘planned lockdown’ of Islamabad not to be postponed
ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan has declared Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ‘the biggest security risk’ in the wake of deadly attack on Quetta’s police training academy, ARY News reported.
Imran, while speaking to media, alleged government was now bent-on hiding and protecting the PM and his corruption.
He said that the Balochistan government was saying repeatedly that India was destabilising the province and their PM Modi also tarnished Pakistan’s image.
“But why our prime minister didn’t name India at international forums to expose their brutality in held Kashmir,” asked Imran Khan.
The PTI chief said terrorism and corruption in the country were running parallel. He insisted that his party’s planned ‘lockdown’ of Islamabad would go ahead in any case.
He expressed surprise that “why such incidents take place whenever my party move ahead to expose the government’. He also said if the Quetta police centre attack was planned in Afghanistan, then India’s involvement was inevitable.