PTI heading towards riots: Wahab

Federal ministers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) are heading towards riots, said Sindh Government Spokesman Murtaza Wahab firing a fresh set of salvos at the federal government on Tuesday.

Coming out all guns blazing he called PTI Pakistan Tehreek-e-Intishar, blaming it for promoting politics of anarchy.

Showing mirror to people chanting rhetoric of corruption, Wahab said the number of scandals in Imran Khan’s government is unprecedented. Wahab addressing a press conference in the committee room of Sindh Assembly said the

opposition parties have decided to bring the no-confidence motion legally and now it has come to the notice of the people that actually PTI is the party creating chaos.

“For the last three and a half years, this incompetent federal government has not given any good news to the people and blames its shortcomings on the opposition,” he added.

He said Imran Khan and the party did not fulfill promises made with the people.

“Instead of getting jobs, people became unemployed. Instead of houses, they became homeless,” he said.

Scoffing at Imran Khan’s claim that he would not be blackmailed, Wahab said, “those who did not go to the MQM office to seek votes, went there as well.”

Wahab said that the man who calls himself a leader of youth at the age of 70 is making fun of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

The Administrator said that MQM is a political party and they are engaging it. “The response from MQM is positive. It (MQM) wants the Supreme Court decision to be implemented and so do we. When the PPP came to power in 2008, the 18th Amendment was passed and a lot of work was done,” he added.

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