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Hoti demands accountability of Khattak, Mahmood Khan

Haider Hoti hoped the ANP would emerge victorious in the February 8 general elections and asked the party workers to work hard for that

By Muhammad Farooq
January 16, 2024
Awami National Party (ANP) Senior Vice-President Ameer Haider Hoti can be seen in this image. — X/@HaiderHotiANP
Awami National Party (ANP) Senior Vice-President Ameer Haider Hoti can be seen in this image. — X/@HaiderHotiANP

SWABI: Awami National Party (ANP) Senior Vice-President Ameer Haider Hoti on Monday accused the former chief ministers Pervez Khattak and Mahmood Khan of corruption and called for their accountability.

Pervex Khattak was KP chief minister from 2013 to 2018 while Mahmood Khan was the chief executive of the province for the next almost five years when the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) ruled the province.

Addressing a gathering which was held in honour of Usman Sher, a former candidate who had contested election from a provincial constituency, he said the former chief ministers were not made accountable after they left the PTI. “They should be made accountable and their corruption must be unveiled by relevant institutions,” he demanded.

He said the ANP government during its rule, executed record development projects. “I seek your votes on the basis of my party manifesto, policy and the past performance. The party activists should take Bacha Khan’s message door-to-door while working to unite the Pakhtuns”, he said.

Haider Hoti hoped the ANP would emerge victorious in the February 8 general elections and asked the party workers to work hard for that. The ANP leader said the Feb 8 general elections were vital for the country and its transparency should be ensured at all costs, adding his party would not accept the results if elections were rigged.