Members cleared of horse-trading allegations will be reinstated: Khattak

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ISLAMABAD: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak while commenting on horse-trading matter in Senate elections said that an inquiry is underway and PTI will reinstate all those members who will be cleared of the allegations.
He maintained that the party is also saddened over evicting some members but the complaints were of serious nature and they had to take action. Speaking on the statement on Jamaat-e-Islami chief Sirajul Haq, he said, “Some MPAs swore over the Quran that they are not involved in horse-trading. If this the case then who cast vote in Senate elections. Someone’s statement makes no difference no matter what he says.” “We told Sirajul Haq that Imran Khan has asked to support Balochistan,” added KP CM.
Shaukat Yousafzai also lashed out at the JI chief saying that he became senator due to the support of PTI. On the other hand, PTI has decided to provide a tough time to JI. The chief minister has summoned the details of JI ministers from chief secretary. The details include the number of recruitments made by the three ministers and whether they were on merit or not. JI has the ministries of finance, municipality and religious affairs.
A new discussion has taken the country’s politics by storm that differences between two major coalition parties of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is merely an election stunt or something else.