ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Wednesday said the rally of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) equalled to terrorizing of the legal and protection establishments.
PTI’s senior leader MNA Asad Umar made funny remark on ex-pm Nawaz Sharif’s trip by means of the GT Road on board a holder and stated, “Ranjha kehndi ni mein te apay ranjha hoi.”
“Compartment kay khilaf taqreerain kartay khud holder standard charh gaye,” Asad Umar said in his messages via web-based networking media. He composed the organization, which has not enabled individuals to request fundamental rights on the affection of Section 144, closes down Islamabad to facilities of the royal family.
“In the event that you need to see apparatus of Pakistan functioning as darbaris for Shahi khandan as opposed to serving the state just to see the tamasha in Islamabad today,” he said.
In the meantime, PTI director Imran Khan examined with Dr Yasmin Rashid, the gathering contender for NA-120 bye-race to be hung on September 17, the continuous battle for the appointive session. The PTI secretary general Jehangir Tareen and data secretary Shafqat Mehmood were likewise present on the event.
Imran said that he would visit the body electorate soon to address the gathering laborers tradition of NA-120, Lahore. The PTI executive and other senior gathering pioneers firmly denounced the demonstration of fear mongering in Upper Dir, which asserted existences of four military men, including a Major. He said those relinquishing lives for the guard and security of the country was the national legends.
Imran paid tributes to those, who had offered incomparable penances amid the progressing war against the threat of psychological oppression. He additionally felt for the groups of the martyred military men and mourned with them their affliction.
In the interim, the PTI also emphatically condemned the affirmed occurrence of abusing of media people amid the PML-N rally by the gathering’s specialists. The PTI representative called this episode a ploy to trigger distress.