PTI ‘donated to power’ in 2013 elections in KP, says minister
SHEIKHUPURA: Federal Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanveer Hussain has predicted that after the upcoming general elections, Pakistan Tekreek-i-Insaf (PTI) will not be in a position to form government even in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province where it has been in power for more than four years.
Addressing an event here on Sunday, he said the PTI was donated to power in 2013, but it will even lose KP province after the 2018 general elections.
Referring to the PTI’s slogan of change, he said people have seen the real face of those calling for the change.
While the PTI keep pushing for accountability of others, it had closed the institution responsible for carrying out accountability in the province, he claimed.
Had Khan followed in the footprints of the PML-N, the situation in the province would have been different, the federal minister further said.
He claimed Imran Khan was emulating the Punjab government by bringing metro bus service to the province.
He hoped that the PML-N would sweep the next polls on the basis of its performance.