Imran decides to expel those involved in horse-trading from party
KARACHI (92 News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Monday decided to expel his party members who had sold their conscience in the Senate elections held on Saturday.
According to initial investigation report, as many as 17 members of the assembly including women have sold their conscience in the Senate elections.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister PervaizKhattak has completed initial investigation and will present the report of horse-trading to party chairman Imran Khan later this week.
Earlier, addressing a press conference in Karachi on Monday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said that he will contest 2018 general election from Karachi and his team will decide the constituency.
He said that the by-elections were not the indications but the general elections will change the whole country.
Talking a jibe at former prime minister, the PTI chairman said that Nawaz Sharif sent Rs 900 billion out of the country, adding that those who rob don’t get martyrdom.
Khan went on to say that he presented 64 documents in the Supreme Court regarding his flat but the former premier only presented a fake Qatri letter over his corruption cases.
Commenting on the Senate elections, he said that the democracy has failed in the Senate elections, adding that the people have been bribed.
Khan said: “The price of one Member Provincial Assembly’s conscience set at Rs40 billion, adding they were investigating his party’s people who sold their conscience.”
Isn’t it the duty of the institutions to probe into the horse-trading in the Senate elections, he asked.