Imran’s ‘debilitating’ joke startles columnists
The Newspaper’s Staff ReporterUpdated February 04, 2018
LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday carried on ‘oddly’ as he said “I am extremely unsafe” while reacting to an inquiry put by a media individual.
Mr Khan had touched base here to go to the Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital leading body of governors’ gathering. He made a [brief] stopover at Jahangir Tareen’s office in Lahore Cantonment. As he left the workplace, a writer asked him whether he would show up before the NAB. The appropriate response from the PTI boss was very sudden as he said he was extremely risky.
Mr Khan did not take some other inquiry and settled in his vehicle. He maybe did not hear an inquiry concerning an affirmation of abuse of authority helicopter in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The ‘bizarre’ answer from Mr Khan made a softening news up electronic media, which kept depicting it in various ways.
At Mr Tareen’s office, the PTI boss held a gathering with party pioneers – Jahangir Tareen, Chaudhry Sarwar, Mian Mahmoodur Rasheed, Abdul Aleem Khan and Sibtain Khan – and examined methodology to challenge the Senate race for Chaudhry Sarwar in Punjab.
EJAZ: PTI focal pioneer Ejaz Chaudhry tending to a public interview requested that those scrutinizing the legal ought to be attempted under article 6 of the Constitution.
He assailed excluded executive Nawaz Sharif, his little girl Maryam Nawaz and other PML-N colleagues for undermining the legal.
About the assertion that Imran Khan burned through Rs2.1 million from open cash while utilizing KP government’s authentic helicopter, he stated: “Imran Khan never utilized the KP helicopter secretly.”
Mr Chaudhry asked regarding how Mariam Nawaz, Hamza Shahbaz and Bilawal Zardari could utilize official helicopters.
He asserted that the KP representative’s cost on the utilization of authority helicopter was more than the use caused by the entire KP bureau under a similar head.
“Imran Khan has never shied far from clarifying his position as far as monetary exchanges and [we] welcome the NAB’s choice,” he said.
Distributed in Dawn, February fourth, 2018