“Imran Khan wants to shift directly to the Prime Minister’s House from his residence Bani Gala,” party’s chairman told supporters in a rally organised at Kohat road, Peshawar.
Political parties are campaigning for the election scheduled in the NA-4 Peshawar constituency on October 26. The seat fell vacant as former MNA Gulzar Khan of PTI passed away in August.
How can a man who has no control over what he says can lead a profound nation such as Pakistan’s, Bilawal questioned.
He went on to accuse the PTI chief of diverting the resources meant for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to Punjab. “Imran is hell bent upon coming into power at all costs.”
Had there been any real progress, he continued, millions of people would have been employed and there would have been prosperity in the province. “The PTI-led KP government did not set up a single hospital in the past four years,” he added.
Taking a jibe at former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, Bilawal said he did not step down until the top court removed him from power.
“Now the incompetent government of disqualified Sharif is deceiving people, and are spending from the public exchequer to reestablish their image.”
While masses are being pushed towards poverty, the government is propagating that the economy is making progress, he maintained.
Bilawal asked his supporters to make their choice wisely and elect the right man.