PTI tsunami waves will settle soon: Wattoo


*PPP leader says no chance for removal of present govt through intimidation

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is bound to become the victim of law of sustainability after November 30 because it cannot maintain the momentum of mobilisation for so long as there is no chance of the removal of the present government through their sit-ins, said Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Punjab President Manzoor Wattoo in a statement issued on Sunday.

He said that the climax of the PTI’s tsunami will be over sooner than later and the present tempo would suffer because it could not be continued for an indefinite period. It is natural that the PTI’s popularity will start receding and time will prove it right, he predicted.

He said that the meeting of PTI in Larkana recently would not make any difference as the support base of the PPP was intact despite the claims of the opponents.

He maintained that Khan would sink in isolationism because he had been undermining the politicians of all spectrums of the country.

Wattoo urged the government to engage the PTI in negotiations and seek out settlement on the basis of give and take on the demand of investigation of the election rigging through the Supreme Court’s Judicial Commission.

The PML-N and PTI rift has cost dearly to the country because the country’s image had taken the nosedive in the international community and the economy of the country had also been affected badly, he observed.

He said that the PPP was against the removal of the government through the politics of intimidation and coercion because the constitution did not allow such bellicose. Rules of succession have been clearly defined in the constitution, he pointed out.