ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) senior leader Nafisa Shah on Thursday alleged that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government is engaged in political victimisation and is taking revenge from the Sindh government.
Shah said that Prime Minister Imran Khan should tell how much he has put nation indebted by taking $2billion on eight per cent rates.
“He should tell us or otherwise we will ask Dr Farrukh Salim,” she said. “Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and PPP are cooperating in the parliament.”
Shah also said that the people in government have been given free hand and no Joint Investigation Team is constituted against them.
Shah said that the military courts cannot be established for forever.
“If its extension is demanded. We will discuss it in the parliament. We are against any parallel justice system,” she said.
While addressing a press conference, the PPP leader alleged that the PTI government has started a “fake accountability process” only to target the opponents. The PPP leader further said that the PTI government is avoiding developmental work and is merely focusing on political victimisation.