ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has on Thursday said that former Karachi Mayor Mustafa Kamal has confirmed PTI’s stance about rigging.
He added that PTI’s intra-party elections will be held in April. He also demanded the Azad Kashmir elections to be held under army surveillance.
In a press conference held in Islamabad, Imran Khan said that Mustafa Kamal’s statement has confirmed PTI’s stance about rigging but the rumours about him joining PTI are premature. He demanded Azad Kashmir elections to be held under army surveillance and verification of votes from NADRA before elections.
Talking about Pakistan’s defeat at the hands of Bangladesh in Asia Cup, Imran Khan said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief Executive of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Governing Body Najam Sethi should have been jointly awarded the Man of the Match award.
“There is no institution in the country where Nawaz didn’t appoint a favourite”, said Khan.
Addressing a press conference in Karachi Thursday, former Karachi Mayor Mustafa Kamal said everyone including people, party members and establishment knew that MQM leadership had connections with the Indian top intelligence agency RAW.
Making startling revelations, he said Altaf Hussain has become sahib (boss) from bhai (brother), adding that he doesn’t care about anyone.
“Altaf Hussain doesn’t care about anyone but himself”, he said. “When Scotland Yard raided houses of Raabta Committee members, everything became clear”.
The former mayor asked why can’t MQM chief come clean to party’s followers just like he did to the Scotland Yard.
He further said that Altaf Hussain poses as this innocent person who is painted as bad by establishment, adding that the innocent followers actually believed their community is being subjected to crimes sponsored by state just on their chief’s urging. NNI