Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan. – File Photo by AFP

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan on Wednesday said Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) was not ruined by the military dictators but its own co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari succeeded in doing the same, DawnNews reported.

Speaking at students federation’s meeting, Khan said Zardari unmasked the real faces of all political parties by ‘purchasing them’ and he should be given credit for that.

Mr Khan predicted that PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif would soon make a phone call to Chaudhry Shujaat of PML-Q in order to bring him back to form a coalition and Sharif would assert the move as ‘in national interest.’

The party chief further said N-league had opened their gates to welcome all political parties as they were scared of PTI’s popularity.

The October 30 rally would decide whether the people of Lahore were with ‘right’ or with ‘wrong,’ said the PTI chief.

Opinion

Casualties of war
17 Sep 2021

Casualties of war

As we ruminate over the consequences of America making a mockery of international law, it is equally important to take an inward
Love of wealth
17 Sep 2021

Love of wealth

Those obsessed with wealth are likely to be involved in corrupt practices.
Pro-rich growth
Updated 17 Sep 2021

Pro-rich growth

An intellectually honest prognosis of our political economy for the working class makes for grim reading.

Editorial

TTP amnesty?
Updated 17 Sep 2021

TTP amnesty?

An amnesty should be for some individuals, not the entire outfit.
17 Sep 2021

Media regulation

THE needless controversy over media regulation may finally be heading for a resolution. In a meeting with ...
17 Sep 2021

Refusing audit

THE continuous resistance put up by several public-sector organisations to submitting their accounts for audit by ...
Aid for Afghans
16 Sep 2021

Aid for Afghans

Humanitarian aid can resume even if the world decides to hold back on formal recognition of the regime for now.
16 Sep 2021

Wheat price

THE government’s decision to raise the wheat release price, or the rate at which provinces issue their grain ...
16 Sep 2021

Keeping the press out

ON Monday, the government yet again displayed its rising contempt for the freedom of press — this time in...