PTI Chief Imran Khan attended dinner hosted by Dr Shahzad Waseem in honour of European envoys
ISLAMABAD, May 12 (….): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senior leader and former Senator Dr. Shahzad Waseem hosted a dinner for European Ambassadors at his residence with Chairman PTI Imran Khan as chief guest.
Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Pervez Khattak, Jahangir Khan Tareen, Naeem-ul-Haq and Abdul Haleem Khan also attended the dinner.
Large number of Ambassadors including United Kingdom (UK), United States (USA), France, Italy, Japan, Greece, Romania and other foreign dignitaries were in attendance.
Speaking at the occasion, Chairman PTI Imran Khan said that elimination of corruption, investment in human resource development and establishment of rule of law is the only way forward for Pakistan to progress as peaceful and prosperous country. He said that PTI enjoys public support in all provinces to achieve these objectives.
Talking about PTI led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government he said that police has been depoliticized. Health and education sector are getting require budgetary share. KP Government has promoted environmental protection in its development agenda. PTI Chairman Imran Khan also invited foreign dignitaries to visit KP.
At the end PTI senior leader Dr Shahzad Waseem thanked participants for their presence.
PTI for formation of JC to investigate Kamal's allegations
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) demanded constitution of Judicial Commission to probe the allegations leveled by former Karachi Nazim Mustafa Kamal against MQM and PPP.
PTI Secretary Information Naeem ul Haq on Friday demanded of the government that a Judicial Commission comprising of retired judges of Supreme Court should be formed sans any delay so as to investigate the allegations leveled by Mustafa Kamal against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain and PPP senator Rehman Malik.
He said that the allegations of alleged links by PPP and MQM with Indian secret agency RAW is of serious, adding that they have been listening such allegations for the last 30-year; hence time ripe that these allegations should be investigated fairly and immediately so as the facts be brought before the nation without any expediency.
Imran Khan expressed concern over growing anti-Islam rhetoric from political forces in US/Europe
Chairman PTI Imran Khan today expressed grave concern over the growing anti-Islam rhetoric coming from political forces in the US and Europe. Of these the most absurd, he said, and most ill-informed are the remarks made by US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Khan felt Trump’s statements regarding Muslims and the need to keep them out of the US, not only creates a greater insecurity amongst American Muslims, but also threatens to encourage more recruitment into extremist ranks.
Khan added that Trump also seemed ignorant about the fact that the US has major interests and a substantial presence in many Muslim states – all of which could suffer setbacks if his vitriole against Muslims continues. Khan also called on the US to do some introspection and assess how its War on Terror has impacted global terrorism: whether it has actually reduced or in fact increased the reach of the extremists and their acts of terrorism. Khan hoped the political leadership in the US and in Europe would help counter the growing Islamophobia in their countries rather than encouraging it with hate-filled rhetoric.
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