‘PTI believes in impartial accountability’

Yousafzai urged the incumbent government to start inquiry against both parties


Mohammad Zafar December 25, 2018
Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Balochistan President Babar Yousafzai has said his party believes in the concept of impartial accountability. It would not come under pressure of corrupt elements and the process of accountability would continue nonstop.

In a statement on Sunday, PTI’s provincial president accused Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leaders of money laundering and corruption, particularly in Balochistan.

Yousafzai urged the incumbent government to start inquiry against both parties in the province and expose their real faces before the people.

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He said that the top leadership of PML-N and PPP would soon be behind bars. They are now seeing democracy as a threat, he said, adding that baseless allegations are being made in order to run away from arrest. The PPP and PML-N have lost public support, claimed Yousafzai.

He also said that rumours of civilian martial law are baseless and misleading.

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