‘N’-PTI fight for power affecting Pakhtuns: Hoti
PESHAWAR,NOV 12, (DNA): President Awami National Party Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Ameer Haider Khan Hoti says PTI government has badly failed to fulfill its promises made with people of the province.
Addressing a public meeting in Chitral, he said the indifferent attitude of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has increased agonies of general public.
He said instead of doing politics, PTI Chairman Imran Khan is promoting his personal agenda to win sympathy of voters.
Ameer Haider Khan Hoti said Imran will not able to succeed in his designs through blame game. Addressing a public meeting held here to welcome new entrants in the party, he said that efforts for the peace have been set aside and the people were not given anything but lawlessness and unemployment.
He said that implementation of 20-point agenda would achieve the target of eliminating militancy adding sacrifices of children in APS has united the nation against the menace.
He said that registration of seminaries was concurred under the agenda, implementations of decisions must be ensured, he remarked.
Hoti said operation against proscribed organizations should be accelerated in Punjab besides continuing search operations in whole country including KP.He said that militancy is a cancer and its eradication demands joint action and unity.
Condemning Mardan blast, he said that the incident is a question mark on KP government’s claim of good governance as PTI led government has failed to provide security to people of the province.
Regarding powers of rangers, he opined that reconciliation is needed to remove the misconception on the subject matter as Sind government is also favoring operation.=DNA
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