ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Monday expelled Ziaullah Afridi over disciplinary issues from party.
Addressing a press conference at Bani Gala in Islamabad, Khan said that Nandipur project was a mega fraud and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif was directly responsible.
“We will not accept Model Town-like investigation in Nandipur. There should also be a third-party audit,” PTI Chairman notified.
In Indian city of Ahmdabad, Metro project was three times cheaper than ours, Khan claimed.
The PTI chief expressed his party’s support for National Action Plan (NAP). Rangers are doing remarkable job in Karachi.
The nation is fed up of looters and corrupt people. PPP and PMLN had done a muk-muka between them in the name of charter of democracy (CoD).
“It was decided in NAP that no militias will be allowed to operate. Some parties thought they’ll be exempted. “I don’t think that General Raheel Sharif will step back from the operation.”
The PTI chief said that MQM’s strike in Karachi failed because people were happy with the Rangers’ operation. “I have toured Sindh recently. People are very happy with the targeted operation,” Khan said.
“I ask Rangers and agencies to launch a similar action in Punjab also, where corruption is rampant. I have no problem even if they want to reign in corruption in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,” PTI chairman added.
Khan noted that popularity level of General Raheel Sharif was touching skies.
“Who is bearing the expenses of PPP’s meetings in Dubai? Why is the PPP doing meetings in Dubai?”
“Despite many challenges, we are moving ahead towards Naya Pakistan swiftly. I feel proud due to local government elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. We have devolved power to grassroots level.”