Muqam terms Khattak as ‘psycho patient’

F.P. Report

PESHAWAR: Adviser to the Prime Minister and Provincial President Pakistan Muslim League-N Engr. Amir Muqam Tuesday termed Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak – a psycho patient and suggested him to consult immediate with doctor.

He said this while addressing a big public and joining meeting at Union Council Gulli Bagh, District Swat where hundreds of political workers and leaders from various political parties joined Pakistan Muslim League-N.

He said it is very immature approached of the Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak of saying that PTI have brought positive change to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, adding “is it a positive change or  a change of destruction looking after the present situation in Peshawar.”

He is mentally ill and that is why he is saying that they brought up a position change to Peshawar and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The situation in Peshawar is alarming and there is no road structure lift. The people have left with no option to go out as they did not know where to go. There was no plan for entry and exit to Peshawar, Amir Muqam added.

He said Pakistan Muslim League-N stood up with the people as it is among the people for their good. He said they would construct roads till the hill top with provision of electricity without any political affiliation.

“We have no fear what so ever either it was insurgency or militancy, earthquake or any natural disasters we are there with our people in the hours of need,” he said. “We are ready for any consequences but will not leave the people alone because we are among the people and Pakistan Muslim League-N would continue serving the people,” he added.

“We have served the people without mandate in Malakand Division and this is the time that Pakistan Muslim League-N would clean sweep hopefully in the next general election as the people would elect us with majority,” Amir Muqam concluded.