Sanaullah rules out Khosas’ exit from party

Dismisses Dost Khosa’s allegations about provincial govt as baseless.

Our Correspondent August 05, 2012
Sanaullah rules out Khosas’ exit from party

FAISALABAD: Law Minister Rana Sanaullah on Sunday dismissed allegations former chief minister Dost Muhammad Khosa recently levelled against the provincial government as baseless.

Sanaullah said Sirdar Zulfiqar Khosa was a senior leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and ruled out the impression that he or somebody else from his family was considering joining the Pakistan Peoples Party.

He said politics for Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan  revolved only around levelling allegations against other politicians.

Sanaullah said PML-N would win the coming elections and added that the Sharif brothers were the only politicians who had the capabilities to solve the
crises of power outages, unemployment and terrorism.

The law minister praised philanthropists serving sehr and iftar meals to the poor in the city. He urged them to continue the charity work in other months of the year as well.

He was told that more than 20 thousand people were benefitting from the iftar and sehr soup kitchens arranged by the Saylani Welfare Trust in the city.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 6th, 2012.


Mohd Butt | 11 years ago | Reply

@Abid Khan Jadoon: Curse to those who steal zakat, try to do business with zakat fund, deprives the treatment right of sick, for whom the collect the zakat but invest for profit.

Mirza | 11 years ago | Reply

Sana's picture and close ties with the terrorist organizations say it all.

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