Raoof Hasan unveils PTI's decisions after meeting with Imran Khan
By News Desk
February 13, 2024 05:37 PM
The Central Secretary Information of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Raof Hasan Tuesday revealed significant insights following his meeting with party leader and former premier Imran Khan in Adiala jail, reported the 24NewsHd TV channel.
Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, Hasan conveyed key messages and decisions discussed with Imran Khan.
Quoting Imran Khan, he obsedrved that going to the IMF is not the solution to the problem because whatever the deal is, the condition is not good for the poor man.
Raoof announced that PTI has decided to form coalition governments with Majlis Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) in the Centre and Punjab.
“We will form a coalition with the Jamaat-i-Islami in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for reserved seats,” he stated.
He claimed that Imran had made it very clear that the people who had won the elections should have the authority to establish a government.
“Power wielders,” according to Hassan, need to consider their behaviors.
Hassan said: "On the instructions of the PTI founder, we will form the government in the two provinces."
"It is up to Ali Amin Gandapur to form the government as per the instructions of the PTI founder," Hassan said.
He ruled out any possibility of alliance with the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), and Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P).
"Aamir Dogar had once again been appointed as the chief whip," Hassan said.
Hassan said, "It has also been directed to hold the PTI intraparty elections soon."
With a focus on addressing pressing issues, Hasan underscored the importance of political stability and economic growth for Pakistan's prosperity.
"The solution doesn't lie in IMF deals, especially if they're not beneficial for the impoverished," Hasan stated quoted Imran Khan, highlighting the need for alternative approaches to economic revitalization.
He said that Imran Khan advocated for increased investments from Pakistan's diaspora, positing that such inflows could significantly improve the country's economic conditions. Khan reiterated the necessity of political stability as a cornerstone for progress.
"Respecting the people's mandate is paramount," Hasan quoting Khan asserted, affirming the importance of honoring democratic processes.
Expressing dismay over attempt to re-launch money-launderers in Islamabad, Imran condemned such efforts and stressed the need for robust governance.
The meeting also addressed PTI's electoral successes, particularly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), where they hold a two-thirds majority.
Hasan said that Imran Khan asked Ali Amin Gandapur to form the government in the province.
He said that Khan expressed his willingness to collaborate with other political factions except PPP, PML-N and MQM for the collective benefit of the nation PTI.
The former chairman of PTI's also expressed concerned about Pakistan's economy meeting, Hasan said adding the importance of investments from overseas Pakistanis as a critical pathway to economic growth.