Ahsan criticizes the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf for ‘destroying’ the political and economic system.
A minister has stated that the government will not tolerate anyone spreading anarchy.
Ahsan Iqbal, the federal minister for planning and development, lashed out at Imran Khan, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), on Thursday, accusing Khan of “damaging” the political and economic system and of attempting to “create chaos” in the nation.
While speaking to a private television channel, he asserted that the head of the PTI was found to be involved in undermining national institutions in order to reclaim power. He also stated that Pakistan was undergoing economic upheaval as a direct result of the policies that his government had enacted.
Imran deeply regretted that he had been invited to participate in numerous negotiations by the coalition administration, but he had always declined the invitations.
He stated that at the present time, it is necessary for us to work toward the unification and well-being of Pakistan, and he added that the coalition government will not permit anyone to create disorder throughout the nation.
In response to a query, the minister said that Imran should appear in court to confront the allegations that he engaged in money laundering and received support from outside the country.
He went on to say that he should show proper deference to the law and the judicial system of the nation.
He went on to say that the administration would keep working toward the betterment of the people.