PML-N leader and Federal Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Monday said that Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was trying to destabilise state.
Addressing a press conference, the federal minister said that there was a VIP law for a person in Pakistan. “Why there are different laws for others?” he asked. Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal said democratic leaders always preferred dialogue over resorting to violence.
He said PTI Chief Imran Khan had been disseminating hate and creating chaos in the country. He said PTI villains attacked institutions including judiciary and security forces in Islamabad and Lahore.
Ahsan Iqbal urged the Supreme Court to take notice of the violence and ransacking at the Judicial Complex in Islamabad by the PTI crooks. He said Imran Khan wanted bloodshed and anarchy in the country and was responsible for prevailing economic situation. He said a conspiracy was being hatched to destabilise the state through attacking the state institutions.
The minister said strict action would be taken against those who took the law into their own hands in Lahore and attacked police and other law enforcement agencies. Replying to a question pertaining to the deal with the International Monetary Fund, he said Imran Khan sabotaged the inking deal with the IMF, but due to the hectic efforts of the incumbent government, a good news in this connection would be shared with the nation.