Asfandyar Wali says won’t let Khan become martyr


Awami National Party (ANP) chief Asfandyar Wali Khan on Sunday criticized Imram Khan for what he said his stubbornness and politics of agitation.

Addressing at a huge public rally at Railway Ground in Mardan, Wali said that he would not let Khan become a martyr as he was already dying. The ANP chief said the government and PTI should resolve their problems with talks as the country was at crossroad.

He asked both the sides to keep aside their ego and stubbornness to resolve the crisis. Wali Khan prayed for a peaceful day in Lahore where PTI would protest on Monday (today).

He strongly criticised the politics of PTI chief Imran Khan and said that Khan “introduced a very bad language in politics”.

“We did the politics of nobility and use language of nobility in politics and today such type of language is used in politics that no one can watch TV along with his children,” he added.

He added that Pakhtuns gave votes to Khan on the name of change but they did not ask him about the type of change he will bring.