Gandapur wants to send JUI-F chief Fazl to an 'asylum'

Farooq Aqdas
February 25, 2024

PTI's CM nominee wants to display pictures of ROs allegedly involved in rigging on walls alongside highway

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)Ali Amin Gandapur can be seen in a picture released on February 23. 2024. —Facebook/Ali Amin Gandapur


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)’s nominee for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief minister Ali Amin Gandapur’s video clip is doing rounds in which he is seen making disparaging remarks against Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, reported The News on Sunday.

Talking to a PTI activist, Gandapur expressed his desire to send Fazl to an asylum saying that he had gone mad.

Scores of political leaders, journalists and others have slammed the PTI leader for his demeaning conversation in the footage, wherein the PTI's CM nominee can be seen backing the proposal of a young PTI worker to display the pictures of the returning officers allegedly involved in rigging on the “wall of shame”.

Gandapur goes on to suggest that the ROs should first be expelled and then their pictures should be put on the wall.

To a query of the young activist about Maulana Fazl’s confusion, he stated that the JUI-F chief had gone mad and would be put in an asylum.

JUI-F Spokesperson Aslam Ghori said the PTI leader was a mentally unbalanced person.

Responding to the awful remarks, the JUI-F spokesperson said the leader of a major political party, who was going to occupy the most important seat in the province, said something that did not suit his position.

He said, “Then his intention to display the pictures of returning officers on the highways under the title Wall of Shame reflects the vindictive ambitions of the most degenerate thinking.”


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