People not to forgive PTI for disgracing their mandate: Babak

PESHAWAR: Spokesman and Parliamentary Leader of ANP in provincial assembly, Sardar Hussain Babak has said that the government of PTI in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has become crippled and the nation will not forgive it for disgracing and letting down the mandate of the masses.

“PTI has done nothing for the people who voted them in power rather there was a situation of uncertainty in the province,” babak said and added that “almost every house in the province seemed to be affected.

Talking at a meeting in Bacha Garhi, Charsadda held to review arrangements for the upcoming workers’ convention, he said PTI betrayed the people in the name of change however he said the nation was now well aware of PTI mere slogans and won’t be deceived in the future.

He said feats achieved by ANP during its five years regime in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have no match in 65 years of history of our country. We established eight new universities, 47 degree colleges, achieved identity for the province and devolved maximum authority to the province from the Center.

Babak maintained that ANP would honor all its promises under the leadership of Asfandyar Wali Khan.

The meeting was chaired by Syed Baqar Ali while ANP’s secretary finance Arbab Tahir Khan, Mukhtiyar Khan and Syed Masoom Shah were also present.