PESHAWAR: Member of National Assembly (NA) Ayesha Gulalai on Saturday said that everyone should respect state institutions by refraining from uttering indecent language against them.
In a TV interview, Gulalai said that not appearing before Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will give a negative message to the youth. She said that we have to eradicate the culture of hurling baseless allegations against each other.
Talking about the members of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Gulalai said that corruption cannot be eliminated by hiring crooked people.
National Accountability Bureau (NAB) didn’t find any corruption evidence against me, she added.
She said, “I am standing in front of the nation after acquittal as groundless accusations were levelled against me,” and alleged that the PTI Chief Imran Khan had promoted indecent culture in the politics of the country.