LAHORE: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Monday declared ‘alliance’ of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) responsible for current crises in the country, DawnNews reported.
Speaking to a ceremony for giving party’s membership to MNA Afzal Sindhu, Khan reiterated that the PTI will not join hands with any party currently sitting in the parliament.
He said that both major parties (PPP and PML-N) will become minor, once the caretaker government is setup. Khan alleged that the both parties have forced people to remain loyal to them by threatening them of filing criminal cases against them.
Earlier, the PTI chief, while inaugurating the party’s media cell at its central secretariat in Islamabad, said media plays vital role in making or breaking the situations and therefore it is a very sensitive area to deal with.
Jehangir Tareen, Saifullah Niazi and Naeem-ul-Haq were also present on the occasion.
“Media is an integral part of any political party. It must utilise its resources and potential to make it an effective medium for the party and in general,” said Khan.
Earlier, Ahmad Jawad, head of media cell welcomed the party chairman and gave formal introduction of his team.