Canada Global (Web News) On Monday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had the “last chance” to denounce the vandalism, according to Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.
The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman bemoaned, “This is the first time a vandalism incident has taken place at the Corps Commander’s house,” while addressing a joint session of parliament. Both public transit and Radio Pakistan Peshawar’s building have been entirely damaged.
Mr. Bhutto-Zardari believed that the court need to denounce the terrorist incidents. Imran Khan, chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), was criticised by Mr. Bhutto-Zardari, who said, “It is up to Imran Khan whether he has a political party or a terrorist group.”
If Mr. Khan does not denounce the vandalism occurrences, Mr. Bhutto-Zardari continued, it will be established that the PTI was a terrorist outfit and must be dealt with accordingly.
Mr. Bhutto-Zardari was adamant that the nation’s problems were not with Mr. Khan but with the economy.
Mr. Bhutto-Zardari asserted that the “neighbouring institution” was to blame for the country’s political instability rather than the parliament, and he further stated that the government was prepared to take any necessary action to resolve the situation.