Mian Iftikhar criticizes PTI for failures, misleading slogans

Mian Iftikhar

PESHAWAR: Central General Secretary of Awami National Party (ANP), Mian Iftikhar Friday said that those who claimed to bring change in ninety days have miserably failed to fulfill wishers of people even in five years.
Addressing Provincial Council of Pakhtun Students Federation at Baacha Khan Markaz, he said that failure would be the fate of those who misled people by deceiving slogans of bringing change in KP.
He said that provincial debt has been reached to a figure of Rs 358 billion in PTI tenure while people are still moving from pillar to post for resolution of their problems.
Criticizing Imran Khan for his claim that record development has been made during PTI time as compared to last 40 years, he challenged PTI Chief for a debate over his deceptive claim. He said everything would be crystal cleared if our performance and PTI accomplishments are compared.
He said that reality behind the improvement of health and education sector has been exposed during visits of Chief Justice. He that despite high claim of PTI regarding health emergency still 1.8 million children are out of schools in KP.
ANP leader termed Mass Transit Project, the costliest transportation project and said that those who were against Metro Project of Punjab have changed design of Peshawar bus project for thirty times.
He said that time demands a more pragmatic approach as it would be difficult for us to achieve anything positive by creating division among our ranks and files.
The event was also attended by large number of workers and local office bearers of ANP. Mian Iftikhar also administered oath to newly elected cabinet of Pakhtun Students Federation.


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