Islamabad (April 12, 2018): Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said that they would expel the PTI lawmakers who had sold out their votes in the Senate elections.
“We will not tolerate such practices in our party and will ensure strict against wrong doers,” he said while talking to media after chairing the party’s central executive committee meeting today.
He further said that they are also in consultation with their lawyers over challenging the proceedings of the polls for Senate elections in the province.
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He said that the party meeting has decided to initiate the election campaign from Lahore and the first public gathering of the campaign would be held at Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore on April 29.
Khan blamed the PML-N and its coalition partners JUI-F and PkMAP for hindering the process of merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas with KPK.
“It is due to Nawaz Sharif, Moulana Fazl ur Rehman and Mehmood Achakzai who had created hindrances in merging FATA with KPK,” he said and supported the move to merge FATA with the province, a demanded that has been supported by top political parties and the military brass.Referring to the court proceedings against Nawaz Sharif, Khan said that for the first time judiciary has tried to nab top corrupt people of the country and the entire nation stands with them in their efforts to purge the society from corrupt practices.
Speaking on the reports of the cleaning of barracks at the Adiala Prison, the political opponent of Nawaz asked as to why the cleaning process has began and when the poor people are sent prison on petty crimes, they had to live in worst conditions.
“The cleaning process has began in fear that Nawaz might had to spend time there,” he said.
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Speaking on interim government, he said that the interim setup should be undisputed as this system is installed in the country in over ensure elections under an unbiased system.
Speaking on the budget for the next fiscal year, Khan said that the incumbent government is not mandated to pass the budget for the next fiscal year and he had also directed the KPK government to pass the budget for initial months rather than the fiscal year.