Public meeting in Swabi: Asad Qaiser says PTI will form next govt in KP too

By: News Desk      Published: 08:29 PM, 31 Oct, 2021
Public meeting in Swabi: Asad Qaiser says PTI will form next govt in KP too

The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sunday held a public meeting in Swabi and party leaders including National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser and Murad Saeed addressed the gathering.

According to the 24News HD TV channel, Asad Qaiser who also belonged to the same city said the charged workers of PTI that their party would come in power again in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa next terms of the parliament.

He said that in the last 70 years, Swabi had not received as much funding as this government had given to it for development projects in the area.

Asad Qaiser said he had served as KP Speaker for 5 years in the last tenure of his party’s government and he was serving in NA as a Speaker that was an honour of the people of Swabi.

The Speaker said Swabi had not given any major ministry in the centre in the past, adding that the Pakhtun community was now on a journey of development in the PTI government.

He said that the Pakhtun community had twice given the power to Imran Khan in KP and would continue to do so.

He said he ever did politics for his community and the region and never take any advantage of any contractor. He challenged that if someone proved that he had taken a single glass of water from any contractor then he would tender his resignation from politics immediately.

Addressing the gathering, Murad Saeed said Prime Minister Imran Khan included the KP areas as a part of CPEC on the demand of the Pakhtun community.

He ensured the people of KP that his government of PTI would enhance tourism in KP for the development of local areas.

He said sugar prices were increased due to the Sharifs and Zardaris who have the sugar mills so they should not hold protests against inflation and price hike of sugar and other things.  

Charged workers of the PTI raised slogans in favour of their party, NA Speaker Asad Qaisar and Prime Minister Imran Khan.