FAISALABAD, Oct 8 (APP): Advisor to Prime Minister on National History and Literary Heritage, Irfan Siddiqui on Saturday said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan was playing havoc with the national interests for his personal gains.
He urged Imran Khan to abandon politics of protests and make preparation for next general election 2018.
Talking to activists of PML-N Youth Wing after condoling with
Youth Wing’s General Secretary Punjab Chaudhry Kashif Nawaz Randhawa over the demise of his father, he said that PPP and PTI fight would gain momentum in days to come, because a large number of PPP voters had switched over their loyalties to the PTI.
He said that activists of PML-N Youth Wing were precious asset of the party as they know better how to foil nefarious designs of the enemy.
He said that national stability, solidarity and integrity were
very imperative for progress and prosperity of Pakistan but Imran Khan on the advise of his foreign masters was hatching deep-rooted conspiracy against it.
The PML-N workers and activists will however foil all nefarious designs of anti-state elements, he said and added that recent strike call given by Imran Khan against the PML-N government would fail as all PTI strike calls were rejected by the masses in past.
He said the PML-N government under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was completing a number of people welfare projects and on the basis of its best performance, the PML-N would go to masses in general election 2018 and get heavy mandate to come into powers again.
Irfan Siddiqui said that credit goes to PM Nawaz Sharif whose government introduced China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project which would change the destiny of this region.
He said that Pakistan was making progress by leaps and bounds and it would emerge an Asian Tiger very soon, Siddiqui added.
MNAs Rana Afzal, Dr Nisat Jaat, PTI local leaders Hafiz Shafiq
Kashif, Shafiq Naz, Arshad Manj, Ziaul Haq Kamboh, Usman Randhawa, Fayyaz Gondal, Aftab Akbar, Rana Sajjad, Irfan Dogar and others were also present on the occasion.