PTI women's honour not safe from Imran Khan, his gang: Ayesha Gulalai

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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MNA from Waziristan Ayesha Gulalai
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MNA from Waziristan Ayesha Gulalai has on Tuesday alleged that the honour of PTI female members are not safe from PTI chairman Imran Khan and his gang.

Holding a press conference in Islamabad, Ayesha Gulalai said that Imran Khan sent ‘strange’ text messages to female members of the party. She said that Imran Khan was a fake Pathan and didn’t deserve to be called a ‘Pathan’ according to her.

Denying the rumours that she was probably going to join Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N), Ayesha Gulalai said that she had no intentions of joining the ruling party but at least PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif could be trusted for honouring women.

Gulalai said that Nawaz Sharif could be accused of corruption and probably all other crimes but at least women had no fear of their respect from Nawaz Sharif.

Lashing out at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister (CM) Pervez Khattak, Ayesha Gulalai said that he was corrupt and all the major contracts were being awarded to his people.

She said that there were major corruption cases registered against KP CM but Imran Khan would never listen to anything against him or PTI Secretary General Jahangir Tareen as probably their corruption money was vital for Imran Khan’s own kitchen.

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Responding to a question, Ayesha Gulalai said that the first message she received from Imran Khan was in October 2013 and many other female members also received those messages.

She said that Imran Khan kept Blackberry phone and told the female members of the party to also carry Blackberry so that messages couldn’t be traced.

She said that she still believed that the Sharif family was involved in corruption but her stance against Imran Khan and PTI was also based on principles.

“The messages contained words that nobody’s honour would tolerate. They can be retrieved by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA)”, she said.

Originally Posted on SuchTv

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