PTI Karachi rally was ‘Muk Muka Jalsa’: Pervez Rashid

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Information, Senator Pervez Rashid Sunday said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan doesn’t pay electricity bills but at the same time preaches rule of law.

“Despite being a leader, Imran Khan doesn’t pay tax. He has projected Pakistan’s image to the outside world as a lawless state,” the Information Minister said in reaction to Imran Khan’s speech in Karachi.

He accused Imran Khan of diverting the attention from operation Zarb-e-Azb in North Waziristan and the widespread devastation inflicted by the floods. “Imran Khan has, by his actions, invoked reluctance in the heads of friendly states to undertake Pakistan’s visit,” he added.

Pervez Rashid said since the Islamabad’s sit-ins have fizzled out, Imran Khan decided to come to Karachi today to pull himself out of that situation.

He termed Imran Khan’s rally in Karachi as ‘Muk Muka Jalsa’ (a procession made possible as a result of a deal).