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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Parliamentarians (PTI-P) Chairman Pervez Khattak has made fresh revelations, accusing his former boss Imran Khan of being a “dictator” and wanting to extend his rule for “a lifetime”.

Addressing a political gathering in Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) on Monday, the former defence minister reprimanded the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman over his “dictatorial” attitude and that he intended to “rule for life”.

“He [Imran Khan] was a dictator who wanted to rule for life.”

The former KP chief minister also said: “The PTI chief had no intention of delivering [to masses], he didn’t care who stays and who leaves [the ruling party].”

At the same time, he also acknowledged and regretted that despite being in power in the Centre as well as in KP, his former party failed to bring any change and fulfil the PTI’s promises and slogan of “Naya Pakistan”.

Khattak parted ways with the former ruling party in July this year after he was served with a show-cause notice followed by the termination of his party membership over his alleged involvement in persuading PTI workers to leave the party. He together with other key PTI leaders, formed the PTI-Parliamentarians in the same month.

The former chief executive succeeded in amassing a significant number of PTI leaders emerging as a notable player in provincial electoral politics.

He also accentuated that it was his personal efforts that led to the establishment of the provincial government in KP.

Imran Khan had nothing to do with the PTI’s government in KP, the PTI-P leader added.

He also accused the deposed prime minister, who was removed from power via a no-confidence motion in April last year, of backing out from his pledges.

Despite Khattak’s fresh revelations, earlier he had also accused Khan of intending to bring a “revolution” against the army.

Meanwhile, expressing his views on the Khan-led party’s future, the former minister said that the PTI may even face a ban following the May 9 incident.

Khattak condemned and is openly critical of the PTI and Khan’s role in the May 9 riots in which army installations including the Lahore Corps Commander’s House and the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi were targeted and vandalised.
 
Mota Nawaja wanted to become ameer ul momineen for life. lol
 
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Parliamentarians (PTI-P) Chairman Pervez Khattak has made fresh revelations, accusing his former boss Imran Khan of being a “dictator” and wanting to extend his rule for “a lifetime”.

Addressing a political gathering in Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) on Monday, the former defence minister reprimanded the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman over his “dictatorial” attitude and that he intended to “rule for life”.

“He [Imran Khan] was a dictator who wanted to rule for life.”

The former KP chief minister also said: “The PTI chief had no intention of delivering [to masses], he didn’t care who stays and who leaves [the ruling party].”

At the same time, he also acknowledged and regretted that despite being in power in the Centre as well as in KP, his former party failed to bring any change and fulfil the PTI’s promises and slogan of “Naya Pakistan”.

Khattak parted ways with the former ruling party in July this year after he was served with a show-cause notice followed by the termination of his party membership over his alleged involvement in persuading PTI workers to leave the party. He together with other key PTI leaders, formed the PTI-Parliamentarians in the same month.

The former chief executive succeeded in amassing a significant number of PTI leaders emerging as a notable player in provincial electoral politics.

He also accentuated that it was his personal efforts that led to the establishment of the provincial government in KP.

Imran Khan had nothing to do with the PTI’s government in KP, the PTI-P leader added.

He also accused the deposed prime minister, who was removed from power via a no-confidence motion in April last year, of backing out from his pledges.

Despite Khattak’s fresh revelations, earlier he had also accused Khan of intending to bring a “revolution” against the army.

Meanwhile, expressing his views on the Khan-led party’s future, the former minister said that the PTI may even face a ban following the May 9 incident.

Khattak condemned and is openly critical of the PTI and Khan’s role in the May 9 riots in which army installations including the Lahore Corps Commander’s House and the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi were targeted and vandalised.
Another TRAITOR to the nation who will be dealt with in due course.
 
So. Khattak is now a traitor and Pervaiz Elahi, who Niazi sahab called biggest daku and who himself publicly announced that Bajwa was his and Imran Khan's mohsin is now a patriot and sadiq and ameen - according to PTI supporters ?
 
Being u-turn is not definition of honesty and extending the contact of former general to further his government in powers only shows greediness for power doesn't make one fine leader.
Imran was in bed with bajwa and faiz…. Together they locked up the entire opposition, mostly with bogus cases to satisfy low IQ pti followers. But when the tables got turned on him now it’s the end of times.
As you give, so shall you receive.
 
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Parliamentarians (PTI-P) Chairman Pervez Khattak has made fresh revelations, accusing his former boss Imran Khan of being a “dictator” and wanting to extend his rule for “a lifetime”.

Addressing a political gathering in Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) on Monday, the former defence minister reprimanded the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman over his “dictatorial” attitude and that he intended to “rule for life”.

“He [Imran Khan] was a dictator who wanted to rule for life.”

The former KP chief minister also said: “The PTI chief had no intention of delivering [to masses], he didn’t care who stays and who leaves [the ruling party].”

At the same time, he also acknowledged and regretted that despite being in power in the Centre as well as in KP, his former party failed to bring any change and fulfil the PTI’s promises and slogan of “Naya Pakistan”.

Khattak parted ways with the former ruling party in July this year after he was served with a show-cause notice followed by the termination of his party membership over his alleged involvement in persuading PTI workers to leave the party. He together with other key PTI leaders, formed the PTI-Parliamentarians in the same month.

The former chief executive succeeded in amassing a significant number of PTI leaders emerging as a notable player in provincial electoral politics.

He also accentuated that it was his personal efforts that led to the establishment of the provincial government in KP.

Imran Khan had nothing to do with the PTI’s government in KP, the PTI-P leader added.

He also accused the deposed prime minister, who was removed from power via a no-confidence motion in April last year, of backing out from his pledges.

Despite Khattak’s fresh revelations, earlier he had also accused Khan of intending to bring a “revolution” against the army.

Meanwhile, expressing his views on the Khan-led party’s future, the former minister said that the PTI may even face a ban following the May 9 incident.

Khattak condemned and is openly critical of the PTI and Khan’s role in the May 9 riots in which army installations including the Lahore Corps Commander’s House and the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi were targeted and vandalised.
Plenty of national leaders have very high opinion of themselves and believe they have been chosen by destiny for a great purpose. By itself, there is no great harm in this thinking. The real issue is whether the leader behaves legally, ethically and delivers result. Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected four times, but no one ever hurled the epithet of dictator against him. (Though he did lead to 22nd Amendment). The question is, did he want to be a "dictator" and rule for "lifetime" by winning elections or by subverting the constitution? If it is former, he is just an ambitious politician. If it is latter, he is a traitor.
 

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