Storming residences doesn’t account for politics: Hamza Shahbaz

Latest Update: September 17, 2016 | 139 Views

HARAPPA: Member of National Assembly, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s Hamza Shahbaz has said that Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan who is the proponent of ‘sit-in politics’ now wants to storm people’s residences in name of so-called accountability which is an evidence of his frustration.

He addressed a press conference in Harappa during electioneering in NA-162 constituency and at the time, lambasted PTI leadership.

He responded today to Imran Khan’s announcement of giving away date of protest march in Raiwind on coming Sunday. The response came in criticism to adamant attitude of leadership of Tehreek-e-Insaf to lead a rally in Raiwind which is the hometown of the premier, Nawaz Sharif.

Hamza reduced Imran Khan’s politics to mere games of allegations and said that he could not back his accusations against honourable Prime Minister before the Supreme Court bench.

People have rejected the kind of politics, practiced by PTI and other opposition parties, that is based on anarchy and disturbing the democratic norms, he said adding that results of General Elections 2018 would prove which party worked for the welfare of the people and who resorted to empty rhetoric.

While answering a question, he reiterated that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would put forth Pakistan’s viewpoint on Kashmir dispute during his address in the United States for which he has departed earlier today.


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