Khan thrashes Trump over Jerusalem; PTI to meet Qadri today

Staff Report
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan tehreek-e-insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan, in a statement, declared on Friday to lead nation from the front over United States (US) Donald Trump's declaration to relocate US diplomatic mission from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

According to detail, a high level PTI meeting in the presence of Khan strongly condemned Trump's decision of relocating American embassy in Israel to the city of Jerusalem, hence recognising it as Israeli capital and ignoring its long disputed status.

Entire nation stands by Palestinian brethren and condemns American decision of rolling over global commitments with the Palestinians and undermining all norms of justice.

"Organisation of Islamic cooperation (OIC) summit is the need of the hour", feels PTI and maintains that the party is keeping a close eye over the outcome of upcoming OIC summit due on 13th December.

Khan vows to lead the nation from the front and will be sharing his future course of action soon.

Furthermore, details of Lahore’s model town massacre report were brought under consideration whereat PTI reiterated its demand for immediate resignation of Punjab chief minister (CM) Shehbaz Sharif and Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah.

PTI statement said, “Now that the model town massacre report has been made public both Sharif and Sanaullah have lost moral grounds to hold on to their offices.”

To devise future course of action a 6 members delegation has been formed that shall meet Pakistan awami tehrik (PAT) chairman Tahir ul Qadri. Delegation includes PTI leaders Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Jahangir Tareen, Chaudhary Sarwar, Aleem Khan, Ijaz Chaudhary and Mian Mehmood-ur-Rasheed.

Said delegation shall meet Qadri in Lahore today.

PTI announced to take part in the all parties conference (APC) called by Lahore high court bar association.

A two members delegation shall take part in it which will compose of PTI leaders Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Mian Mehmood-ur-Rasheed.

Separately, PTI raised serious concerns regarding reports of corruption of 10 billion in china pakistan economic corridor (CPEC) related projects and demanded the government to bring out details regarding disruption of work on three CPEC projects at earliest.