LAHORE: PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday warned that his party would resort to a strong protest if NATO supply routes were reopened by the government.
Speaking to newsmen in Lahore, Khan took the federal government to task on the issue of reopening of NATO supply lines.
“We will stage a strong protest if the NATO supply lines are reopened,” he said.
The PTI leader said the current government has failed to contain power cuts and it is also responsible for the price hike.
He said the Government of Punjab doesn’t have money to procure wheat but it is distributing free laptops from tax-payers’ money.
Meanwhile, former MPA Malik Nazir Khokhar announced his decision to join Khan’s Tehrik-e-Insaf Party. SAMAA