SWABI, Pakistan: The Federal Minister for Railways Saad Rafique has said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Leader Imran Khan is a burden on democracy for what the people have offered sacrifices and struggled for its strengthening and revival.
While addressing a Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Workers’ Convention in Swabi, Saad Rafique said that Imran Khan is hell bent upon destroying the democratic setup through his childish politics, adding the days are gone when politics of agitation and confrontation was rampant in the Country as the now those people will progress who have solid agenda of services to masses.
The minister said that the people will not become or support any move that can lead to derailment of democracy in the Country as all political entities are on united for strengthening of democracy.
Saad Rafique advised Imran Khan to save his politics from being ruined by himself through his negative politicking by demonstration maturity in democracy.
The federal minister said that when PML-N came to power, the Country was in massive grip of terrorism and unrest as 10 blasts each day was the routine matter. He said that there was total chaos in the country in 2013 but the PML-N after coming to power bring a noticeable change and ensure peace, harmony and economic stability.
“Certain people have obtained permits of telling lies daily on TV talk shows during night,” he said adding that the people have matured now and they cannot be misled anymore by such fabricated talks and will vote for the party that would deliver.
Saad Rafique assured the people of Swabi District that PML-N and its leadership are with them and will resolve their problems.
“If PML-N gets another chance it will change the destiny of nation,” he remarked.
The Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal, Prime Minister’s Advisor Ameer Muqam and office bearers of PML-N Swabi District also addressed the convention.
On the occasion, hundreds of families of well noted local figures of Swabi announced joining of PML-N by quieting their previous affiliation. Saad Rafique welcomed those who announced joining of PML-N.