PM harmed state institutions for hiding corruption, says Imran395 views
KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif brought harm to the state institutions for hiding his corruption.
He made the statement while talking to media on Sunday.
PTI Chairman invited all political parties, including Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), to Raiwind March against the federal government.
He added that the whole country has become united on Kashmir dispute.
Khan said that Panama Leaks controversy has given an opportunity for making “Naya Pakistan”.
He also termed Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder as the biggest terrorist.
The Tehreek-e-Insaf said that MQM has not been able to form its political setup in Karachi due to its violent political ways.
‘You cannot brush Kashmir under the carpet’: Pakistan’s HC to India
Pakistani High Commissioner in India Abdul Basit has said that the Kashmir issue could not be brushed under the carpet.
“You cannot brush Kashmir under the carpet, the people of Jammu and Kashmir have to be given the right to determine their future at some point. We cannot ignore what is happening,” Basit said in an interview with Indian newspaper in India.
He said that both India and Pakistan accept that Kashmir issue is a long standing dispute between them.
The High Commissioner said that war against terrorism can’t be won without cooperation between the two states.
He said that Pakistan has no relation with the Uri incident and to accuse Pakistan before any investigation is not a right attitude of India. He said that Pakistan also cooperated with India after Pathankot incident.
Abdul Basit said that diplomacy should win between both the countries. He said in United Nations General Assembly, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif also insisted on a peaceful resolution of all outstanding disputes between India and Pakistan.
He said that Pakistan thinks positively and wants cordial relations with India.