Daniyal Aziz calls PTI chief, “a liar” and “a fraud”
ISLAMABAD: As the day of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s (PTI) arranged shutdown of the capital nears, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has reportedly drawn up plans to deal with the situation by force, if need be.
At a swarmed public interview at the Press Information Department on Wednesday, PML-N MNA Daniyal Aziz did his best to spread the PTI head, calling him “a liar” and “a cheat”.
In any case, the presser, whose motivation was generally flinging deride on the PTI, was started on an alternate note by Privatization Commission Chairman Mohammad Zubair. He brought up a few issues about the believability of Imran Khan’s cases in regards to the Panama Papers spills and said the PTI boss had neglected to give evidence of his claims.
Be that as it may, after his early on comments, he then turned over the floor to Mr Aziz, who was strongly more forceful in his tone.
In a positively casual assault, Mr Aziz gave definite misappropriation of $3 million in gifts to the Shaukat Khanum Foundation, which was supposedly put resources into seaward organizations oversaw by Indian natives.
He said that the speculations made in seaward organizations had lost more than $18.2 million, however the misfortunes were not exchanged to Mr Khan in spite of his being a shareholder.
He rehashed the sentence frequently utilized by Imran Khan with respect to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif: “Agar woh chor nahin hain toh talashi se kyon dartay hain” (If he’s not a hoodlum, why is he perplexed of a hunt?).
In the wake of giving subtle elements of seaward records and properties claimed by PTI pioneers Jahangir Tareen and Aleem Khan, he voiced suspicions that a specific hall or power was supporting the gathering in their endeavors to wreck Pakistan from its flow way of advance.
He said that the PTI had now depended on disparaging the Election Commission of Pakistan and arranged their attack of Islamabad on Nov 2, which is additionally the date of a hearing at the ECP.
“No one, including Imran Khan, ought to debase national establishments — assume his gathering comes to control next; what power will he have over the administration apparatus then?” Mohammad Zubair asked, including: “All that we see is that he is out to spread political agitation since choices are not made in the city.”