PTI denounces recording of politicians’ phone calls

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) Imran Ismail on Friday denounced recording of politicians’ telephone calls. While Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) Saman Jafri said that the audio tape clearly reveals Khan using foul language for Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif.

Earlier today, an alleged conversation between PTI chairman and party secretary general Arif Alvi surfaced. In the conversation, Arif informs Khan that PTI workers have breached the premises of state-run television office, Pakistan Television (PTV). Upon which Khan instructs Alvi to put maximum pressure on the government so that PM Nawaz resigns.

The audio tape has created frenzy in the political scene of the country.

PTI’s Imran Ismail commented on the controversy and denounced recording of law makers’ phone calls. He said that such act should be condemned as it is a breach of privacy. Whereas MQM’s Saman Jafri said that Khan has used foul language against the PM in the audio tape. NNI

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