PDM wants to remove Imran Khan of party chairmanship: Saif

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PESHAWAR
Special Assistant to Chief Minister for Information and Public Relations Barrister Mohammad Ali Saif has accused the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) led government of utilizing state institutions for their personal interests, alleging that plans have been hatched to remove the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan as the party chief.
He said that Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) leadership has left no stone unturned to make fabricated and false cases against the PTI chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan.
In a statement, KP’s government spokesperson ‘imported government’ would not succeed in pressurizing Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to take action against the former prime minister Imran Khan in baseless cases.
“This dream of PDM will never come true,” he added and said that PTI narrative of transparent and early polls have reached to every voters and their demands for snap polls could not be ignored. He said that let the people decide through their vote the future of the country leadership and government.
“They are dreaming of removing Imran Khan from the chairmanship of the party, but this dream of theirs will also be shattered like the previous dreams and nothing but fear will come to them,” Saif said.
The Special Assistant on Information said that the incumbent government was facing a political death in the upcoming polls, adding that the entire leadership of PDM was running away from the early and transparent elections due to Imran Khan popularity in the public.
Mr Siaf also alleged that the government has failed on all fronts and unable to manage the country’s economy and volatile political situation in the country.
The incumbent government did not manage economy, law and order situation and badly failed to provide any relief to inflation stricken masses, he added. Barrister Saif maintained that the current political instability and conflict among the major political parties demanding the early and transparent elections.