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August 14, 2017

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Imran still mentally serving British: Gulalai

Imran still mentally serving British: Gulalai

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) former leader Ayesha Gulalai Wazir in a video message released late Saturday said that Imran Khan was still mentally serving the British people.

She wished the country on its 70th Independence Day. In the statement, Gulalai said that sacrifice by two million Muslims led to freedom from British rule.

The dissident PTI leader who accused PTI chief Imran Khan of harassment said that Imran Niazi gave examples of the British but had failed to mentally free himself from their servitude. She added that Imran should not lead the youth into mentally serving the British.

With regard to the formation of a parliamentary committee to probe her allegations, Gulalai said Imran first welcomed the committee but then backtracked. Imran had now demanded a commission akin to those in Britain, she argued.

Gulalai said Britain had its own traditions and culture and that decisions taken in Pakistan would be as per Pakistan Constitution. “I alongside fellow Pakistanis have full faith in the Constitution,” shared Gulalai. Continuing her critique of Imran, Gulalai said he should explain why he did not trust the country’s Constitution.

“Imran says he will deliberate before giving election tickets to women,” she said adding that Imran would not give tickets to decent and educated people in the future as they could be dangerous for him.

It is pitiful, Gulalai continues that Imram Niazi sahib had failed to pull himself out of British slavery. “For God’s sake abstain from contaminating the talented young generation of Pakistan with such mental slavery,” Gulalai asked Imran Khan. —Sabah

 

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