Saturday, October 29, 2016
ISLAMABAD: Taking a shot at the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan, PML-N leader Senator Mushahidullah Khan debunked the opposition leader`s allegation that Islamabad police has barred PTI activists to bring food at his residence, by saying: “The government would not allow cocaine into the PTI chief`s residence, otherwise there are no other restrictions on food items.”
He said that the government had instructed police officials to allow food items to reach Pakistan.
Khan also called the opposition leaders as ‘enemy of Pakistan`s progress’.
Meanwhile, later commenting on the dramatic entry and exit of Awami Muslim League Chief Sheikh Rasheed at Committee Chowk, Punjab government`s spokesperson Zaeem Qadiri in a press conference said that as many as eight times a Rawalpindi’s mouse came out his hole and then returned back.
Qadri said that for the entire day entire province maintained regular law and order, and added: “no one would be allowed to challenge the writ of the state.”
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He also informed the press that a legal notice has been sent to the PTI chief for his allegations against the chief minister Punjab, a few days back.
Meanwhile Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, while addressing a public rally in Kohat on Friday, said the opposition is afraid of seeing Pakistan progress because it would render their politics irrelevant. Alluding to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the Prime Minister said Pakistan is well on its way to becoming a developed country which has made the opposition feel insecure about 2018 elections.