In the current dilemma being faced by the reigning government, the chairman of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI), Imran Khan, has clearly presented the perspective of his political party on Wednesday. He cited that his party will not back up any unconstitutional
move in the country; no matter it is made by the government or any other institute, in any circumstances.

Following the intense hype being created in the political scenario of the country after the exchange of press releases from the Army Chief, General Ashfaq Pervaiz Kiani and the Prime Minister Sayed Yousuf Raza Gilani, other political parties in the country
have also revealed their view points on the issue. The Chairman PTI has made it clear that his party will stand firm by the actions of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and its Chief Justice, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, in case the government goes against the
judicial decisions.

“The confrontation waged by inept rulers against state organs is not in national interest and all institutions will have to remain in their domains (to avert such situation),” stated Imran Khan in an answer to a reporter’s question.

Imran blasted at the Prime Miniter Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari, calling them incompetent and their actions to be against the public interest. The Chairman PTI heavily criticised both Gilani and Zardari on consuming the national wealth on their
foreign tours, whilst the country sinks deeper and deeper under the pressure of loans and deficit. He mentioned that Pakistan is already facing a Rs. 1,000 billion deficit and the two top government personnel are generously spending Rs. 120 billion on their
annual foreign tours.

He further slated the Punjab provincial government and revealed that Khadim-e-Ala Punjab, Shehbaz Sharif, has established five Chief Minister’s Houses in the province out of government’s pocket. Imran made it very clear that PTI will not stand with the corrupt
government of Gilani if the Supreme Court of Pakistan delivers any decision against it and will always support the constitutional moves in the country.

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