PTI chief still mentally serving British: Gulalai

Sunday 13 August 2017 2 weeks ago 40   Peshawar   Print

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Report  Web Desk : PESHAWAR: Former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) member Ayesha Gulalai, in a video message released, wished the country on its 70th Independence Day. In the statement, Gulalai said a sacrifice by two million Muslim led to freedom from British rule. The disgruntled PTI leader, who has accused PTI chief Imran Khan of harassment and condoning corruption, said: “Imran Niazi gives examples of the British but has failed to mentally free himself from their servitude”. She added that Imran shouldn’t lead the youth into mentally serving the British. With regards to the formation of a parliamentary committee to probe her allegations, Gulalai said Imran first welcomed the committee but then backtracked. “Imran has now demanded a commission akin to those in Britain,” she argued. Gulalai said Britain has its own traditions, culture and that decisions taken in Pakistan will be as per our Constitution. I, alongside fellow Pakistanis, have full faith in the Constitution, shared Gulalai. Continuing her critique of Imran, Gulalai said he should explain why he does not trust our Constitution. “Imran says he will deliberate before giving election tickets to women,” she said, adding that Imran shouldn’t give tickets to decent, educated people in the future as they can be dangerous to him. (01)