Opposition starts to give a new lollipop of foreign funding case: Chohan
LAHORE (92 News) – Punjab Minister for Colonies Fayyazul Hassan Chohan said on Saturday that the opposition members started to give a new lollipop of the foreign funding case.
Addressing a press conference, the minister claimed that whosoever was terminated from the party, [he/she] had started making accusations against it. He also said that opposition parties had even failed in giving resignations from the assemblies.
Chohan termed that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was funded by Pakistanis but the opponents had made accusations for their vested interests. He also mentioned that the foreign funding case against the PTI has been lodged to blackmail the party.
“Opponents have made accusations for their vested interests but they haven’t gained anything before except that they have become a laughing stock,” he added. The minister explained that the party is submitting the report regarding to funding always regularly in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). “The ECP cannot ban the party at any cost,” he added.
Chohan also said that the opposition already pronounced not to pass the budget but they were failed, adding that PML-N’s Hanif Abbasi had also taken the foreign funding case to the Supreme Court. “The Supreme Court had referred the case to the ECP and the PML-N’s representatives have been continuously lying,” he added.
“PTI performs its audit report from the top-rated companies,” he maintained while claiming that the PPP has registered two of its parties with the ECP. “Zardari has even not submitted any file of his party with the ECP and PMl-N’s Ahsan Iqbal is an iqama holder in the UAE,” he said.