ISLAMABAD: PTI’s Naeem-ul-Haque on Sunday announced the party’s plan to start a movement to hold Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif accountable and said that it would commence from August 7.
After the party’s senior leadership held consultations at Bani Gala, Naeem-ul-Haque spoke to media officials and announced that the party would hold a protest movement to hold the Prime Minister accountable from August 7. The movement would commence from Peshawar and would be led by party chief Imran Khan, he disclosed.
Naeem-ul-Haque said that PTI would participate in the parliamentary committee’s terms of reference meeting on August 6 to see the attitude of the government. Based on that meeting, the party would then decide its next move.
Haque also announced that PTI had finalised new organizational posts for the party’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh chapters, which would be declared soon. Naeem-ul-Haque also condemned the atrocities of the Indian army against Kashmiris.
The party’s meeting, which was presided by party chief Imran Khan, was attended by Jahangir Tarin, Shireen Mazari, Saifullah Niazi, Asaid Qaisar, Chaudhry Sarwar as well as other party members.