Arif Alvi, Ali Zaidi held talks with Aman Committee: Ghani
Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani said on Sunday that Arif Alvi, Imran Ismail and Ali Zaidi held talks with the Uzair Baloch-led Peoples Aman Committee before their party came into power.
Ghani said this while addressing a joint press conference along with Nasir Shah in Karachi. He criticised Zaidi for his statements regarding the Uzair Baloch JIT report and then release of an “explosive” video relating to Asif Ali Zardari.
The Sindh minister claimed that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf had been in contact with the outlawed Peoples Aman Committee before it came into power.
Alvi, Zaidi and Ismail had formed a committee to convince Aman Committee members to join the PTI, he claimed.
Aman Committee members kept participating in the PTI sit-in at the Sea View beach in Karachi, according to Ghani. The two sides held meetings.
Baloch’s aide Habib Jan said that PTI rallies in Karachi succeeded because of Aman Committee, he said. Jan also held a telephonic conversation with Imran Khan in 2011.
The Sindh minister said PTI members have no idea what they are saying, neither do they admit their mistakes.
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