Nawaz Sharif ‘a security risk’ for Pakistan, says Khan
Bani Gala: Chairperson of Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has said that Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif has become ‘a security risk’ for Pakistan because he is talking the same as Indian Premier Nrindera Modi does.
He said this as he was talking to media persons here on Tuesday condemning the brutal attack of terrorists on Police Training Centre in Quetta.
Moreover, Khan asked that if Chief Minister of Balochistan Sana Ullah Zahri can mention the name of India then why PM Nawaz Sharif cannot name India being behind these terrorist activities.
Premier Nawaz Sharif didn’t name Kalboshan Yadev in his UN General Assembly address; this is proving something is fishy.
What has been done with the terrorists of Quetta Civil Hospital so far, have they been arrested or killed, he asked.
The cricketer-turned politician added that PM is responsible for security leaks in the meeting.
PTI chief went on to say that India is weakening Pakistan internally. He concluded his press conference by saying that terrorism cannot be eliminated in the country if corruption prevails.