PTI should first launch accountability movement in KP: Reham

ISLAMABAD, Aug 7 (APP): Analyst Reham Khan Sunday said Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf should first start accountability from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government before initiating its accountability movement.

Speaking in a private news channel programme, she said PTI had made several mistakes in 2014, sit-in, and was repeating the same mistakes again.

Reham, who was Ex-wife of PTI chief Imran Khan, said PTI had always hold protest demonstrations on inappropriate time.

Foundation leader of PTI Akbar S Babar said Imran Khan had started politics of agitation from August 2011, to topple the PPP government.

He said,”I had told Imran Khan to work on his development
and prosperity agenda and bring real change for improvement of the country instead of doing agitation politics otherwise I will leave the party but Imran continue his traditional politics.”

Analyst Zahid Hussain said Imran Khan was doing politics
without any planning, and with an immature thinking thought that he could topple the government through rallies.

He said Imran Khan did not learn anything from past. After general election 2013, Imran decided to create hurdles in the way of the government so that it could not complete its tenure.

He said Imran Khan had failed to bring people on roads through his politics of agitation.

Analyst Iftikhar Ahmed said Imran Khan was doing same politics as was done against former prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto from 1974 to 1977 to topple his government.

He said Imran Khan did not listen to others’ view point and thought that whatever he (Imran) had decided was right.