Thursday Dec 06, 2018
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister Faisal Vawda said on Wednesday that the Prime Minister Imran Khan's statement saying that Pakistan Army stands by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf could be a mere 'slip of tongue'.
The minister, while speaking in Geo News' show Capital Talk, said that as the premier is not a traditional politician he erred by saying the word manifesto in his speech.
"He had a slip of tongue," Vawda said.
Responding to a separate question, the PTI lawmaker from Karachi, said that the State Minster for Overseas Pakistanis Zulkfi Bukhari has personally told him that he is ready to relinquish British citizenship if directed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan.
The premier, while speaking in a sitting with tv anchors, said that the armed forces were standing by the manifesto of his party which became a reason for the Kartarpur corridor development.
Imran expressed that the manifesto of his party included cementing ties with its neighbours and Army stood by the democratic government.