Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Parliamentarians Chairman Pervez Khattak said on Sunday that the country had drowned in loans.
Speaking to media in Peshawar, Khattak said: “The political parties come to rule and make promises, but do not fulfil them. For 75 years, governments have remained in power. But what made us not progress?"
The former KP chief minister said, “The world has moved forward, but we are continuously dragging ourselves into the quagmire."
– PTI chief wanted to implement presidential system –
Khattak asserted on Saturday that the PTI chief wanted to implement the presidential system in the country for personal gains.
Addressing the gathering in Buner, Khattak said, ‘’The thieves and looters had dragged the country to the quagmire. The PTI had bagged success due to the Pakhtuns.’’
As the prime minister, the PTI chief was a dictator, not a representative of the masses. The PTI chief staged the drama under the guise of Naya Pakistan.
He took a dig at the former rulers, saying, ‘’The rulers had left the country in debt.’’
– PTI chief used to treat elected representatives like ‘Pharaohs’: Pervez Khattak –
On Friday, Khattak fired a fresh broadside at the 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”.