Punjab govt responsible for deaths caused by drugs: Imran

Nov 30, -0001
Staff ReportLAHORE: Chief of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI), or Pakistan Movement for Justice, has hinted at on Saturday that his faction can hold talks with its opponent Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) but only if the party refrained from politics of ‘violence’, SAMAA reports.“We may hold talks with MQM but only if they abandon their politics of arms,” the cricketer-turned-politician said while talking to newsmen here.Imran does not seemed willing to embrace or give any space to Sharif Brothers, saying “there is no possibility of our negotiations with Sharif Brothers. They should declare their assets first… but I’m sure after that they will be facing cases in courts.”Khan has recently held a mammoth meeting at Karachi, the hub of MQM’s politics, drawing thousands of PTI supporters at Mazar-e-Qaid, an eye-opener for his opponents.Khan held Punjab government responsible for drug-related deaths in the province, saying that ‘ineligibility’ and ‘negligence’ caused the loss of lives.About the ongoing unrest in Balochistan, Khan said “Balochistan is a serious problem but unfortunately it’s continuously being ignored by mainstream political parties”.To a query about PTI’s rampant mass support, he claimed that his party’s ‘tsunami’ would soon sweep away injustice from the country. SAMAA






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