Hoti demands investigations of Gulalai allegations

Shafiuddin Shafqi

KARAK : Provincial Chief  of ANP and former Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has said that there was collision among the institutions of the country and conspiracy against the country was being continued.

He was addressing to a big public meeting here on Sunday organized by former provincial minister Nawabzada Mohsin Ali Khan at Sport Complex Takht-e-Nusrati and Mohsin formally joined ANP along with his other supporters.

He strongly criticized the incumbent provincial government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and claimed that the government has miserably failed to deliver to the masses.

He asked Imran Khan to give the accountability of his more than four years’ government to Pakhtuns first and then should demand for fresh elections in the country. He said that he was demanding for fresh election at the times when the Pakistan Muslim League (N) was facing internal problems.

He said that instead of running of the government he should admit his utter failure and said if Lahore to Multan and Multan to Karchi motorway could be built then why not from Peshawar to Karak and DI Khan.

He informed that electricity was being produced from the imported coal and why not producing it form the cheap sources of Karak gas and Malakand water. He alleged that the government which has come to power on the one-point agenda of anti-corruption itself involved in utter corruption in the province and even in moral corruption as well.  He demanded the investigations of the allegations of Aisha Gulalay. The nationalist leader said that in the oil and gas projects of district Karak the local people have been ignored in the employments and added that the people of Punjab and Sindh were being recruited.

He added that his government had increased cent percent the oil and gas royalty of district Karak and regretted that the PTI government withheld the royalty funds of the district.

He asked the people to support ANP candidates in the upcoming general elections and promised that the problems of the district would be resolved on priority basis. On the occasion former provincial minister Malik Zafar Azam, former district Nazim Sharif Khattak, provincial joint secretary of ANP Khursheed Khattak, district President Sajjad Ahmad Khan and workers of the party attended the public meeting in large number. Nawabzada Mohsin Ali Khan formally joined ANP along with his supporters.