PTI losing popularity due to politics of agitation, sit-ins: Tariq

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ISLAMABAD, Oct 16 (APP): Minister of State for Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhary Sunday said the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) was losing popularity among the people due to its politics of agitation and sit-ins.
Speaking in a private news channel programme, he said the people wanted development and progress in the country and that was why they had rejected ‘negative politics’ being done by the PTI.
He said PTI was promoted the politics of protests as its leaders were using abusive language against national political leadership, a precedent that never existed in the country before.
Tariq Fazal said holiding protests was right of everyone but the government would not allow the PTI to shut Islamabad and dsirupt normal life of the citizens of the Capital.
The minister said the PTI was confused and its decisions lacked clarity.
On one side PTI had submitted references against the Prime Minister in the Supreme Court and Election Commission of Pakistan and on the other it announced to march on Islamabad, he said.
He said there was no reality in PTI’s claims that they had used all forums regarding Panama Papers as their petitions were still pending in SC and ECP.