Marriyum blames Imran for economic, political, constitutional crises

F.P. Report

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Sunday that Imran Khan was responsible for economic, political and constitutional crises in the country.

Reacting to statement by former prime minister Imran Khan, she said facilitation for the PTI chief was taking last gasp and he was going to become a part of the past.

She said he breached the constitution on the advice of his facilitators. “You said Mohsin Naqvi plotted against your government and now you say they are committing violence against you and your party workers,” she added.

Marriyum said petrol bomb hurling ‘terrorists’ will be held accountable. She said Imran will be disqualified due to prohibited funding, stealing watches and refusing to own his daughter.

The federal minister said the government was determined to rid the country of this anarchist and chaos-causing man.

She said PTI chief had promised to end corruption in 90 days, bring the economy on track in 100 days, bring 200 billion dollars in country, create 10 million jobs and make 5 million housing units for homeless, but failed to do so. She said time for him to befool people had ended.