PTI lawmakers to return salaries of sit-in months: Imran Khan


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said that party has decided to return the salaries the lawmakers received for the time they were out of the assemblies protesting on the roads after tendering resignations.


Addressing the media after its Central Executive Committee met here, Khan said that they had promised that the provincial government will not interfere in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s National Accountability Bureau (NAB), adding that Provincial Minister for Minerals Zia Afridi arrested earlier by NAB will have to resign.

Answering a question, PTI chairman said the problem faced by people of Karachi is maintenance of law and order which, he said, the police have failed in.

Khan added that the police have been politicized, adding that there’s no solution other than the Rangers when people stop trusting the police.

Khan termed the negotiation between the Afghan government and Taliban a welcome gesture and said that a peaceful Afghanistan will benefit Pakistan.