Minister predicts arrest of Fazl, Zardari


NOWSHERA: Federal Minister for Defence Pervez Khan Khattak has said that Pakistan Democratic Movement chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, former prime minister Mian Nawaz Sharif and former president Asif Ali Zardari will be behind bars soon.
He was addressing different public gatherings in Meetakhel Kheshgi Bala and Payan where new power feeders were inaugurated. He said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman should tell the nation that from where he got such vast property.
Mr Khattak said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman was running a protest movement to save Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari but now the siege was getting tighter. He said that protest by opposition had not justification and government would not be blackmailed through such tactics.
He said that opposition should initiate long march to fulfil its wish. He said that leaders of opposition parties could stay in Islamabad as long as they wished. He added that government would come in action if they took law in their hand.
Pervez Khattak says govt won’t be blackmailed by opposition
The minister said that opposition parties were opposing Senate elections through open ballot as they wanted to buy and sell votes. “In the past, these two major parties wanted elections through open ballot but now they are opposing it,” he added.
Mr Khattak alleged that all member parties of PDM were doing politics for their own interests. He said that their long march on March 26 to Islamabad would be a flop show because people believed that the alliance was formed to save corruption.
He said that people were facing problems because of PPP, PML-N and other member parties of PDM. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had no personal enmity with the opposition as he only wanted accountability of corrupt elements.
ANNIVERSARY: A ceremony was held in Akora Khattak on Sunday to mark the 11th death anniversary of former president of Awami National Party and famous Pashto poet Ajmal Khattak.
The ceremony was attended by poets and writers from all over the country. They laid a wreath on his grave. A poetry recitation session was also organised on the occasion that was presided over by Prof Asir Mangal. Aziz Manarewal was chief guest on the occasion.
Zakir Kahttak, Imam Manzar, Jamil Khattak, Janis Khattak, Raheem Khan, Pir Naeemullah, Zameer Mohammad Khan, Ahmed Pohlail and Prof Khairul Amin spoke on the occasion.
They said that Ajmal Khattak bore the sufferings of imprisonment and spent his entire life in the service of Pakhtuns. They said that he was a revolutionary poet.
The speakers said that Ajmal Khattak worked for the welfare of downtrodden.
Meanwhile, the body of a young man, who went missing a day ago, was found in Shareen Koto area on Sunday. Police said that the deceased, Murad Khan, was shot dead and his body was dumped on the bank of Kotar Pan Kalpani.

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