Saad Rafique criticizes Imran Khan for regularly engaging in “politics of expletives”
Islamabad (web desk) : Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique criticized Imran Khan while addressing the inaugural ceremony of girl’s school at Ghazi Road in Lahore, on Thursday.
Speaking at the event the federal minister criticized Tehreek-e-Insaf chairperson Imran Khan for constantly engaging in “politics of expletives”, saying he should instead focus on removal of rats from Peshawar and beautifying the city.
Rafique said Imran has turned 65 years old but he was not mature enough to be the prime minister. “Such a person cannot even be a mayor.”
The minister advised his opponents to realise that they should prioritise the country’s progress. No one would emerge as a winner if parties fight among themselves.
About the co-chairperson of Sindh’s ruling party Pakistan People’s Party, Rafique said Asif Ali Zardari should work on cleaning Karachi.
For the sanctity of public votes, Rafique said people stamp the ballot paper with all their heart, without heeding false claims and allegations.
Therefore, he added, their choices should be respected.
The minister lauded the work of the Punjab chief minister, saying he would contest for premiership and hoped that the latter helps other provinces progress just like Punjab did under his leadership.