Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Parliamentarians Chairman Pervez Khattak fired a fresh broadside at the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief.
Expressing his thoughts in Lower Dir, Khattak asserted, “The PTI used to treat the elected representatives like Pharaohs.
The former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) chief minister claimed that his party’s manifesto was to uplift the country.
He schooled the opponents, saying, “The looters had harmed the country. The former rulers had dragged the country to the quagmire”.
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Earlier in September, Khattak said, “The country is witnessing a spectacle. The country has been plundered for the last 35 years. The country had been harmed due to the corruption”.
He was of the view that there was a dire need to maintain peace in a bid to lead the country towards development.
Khattak said, “I want to see the country’s prosperity. We brought about reforms during our tenure. We had completed many projects pertaining to power and infrastructure.”
"We had facilitated the medical treatment for every family up to Rs 10 million," he added.
Comparing the country’s growth with neighbouring India, Khattak said, “Both Pakistan and India gained independence in the same month. But India surpassed Pakistan in terms of growth.”