Islamabad (HRNW): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday asked the state-run Pakistan Television (PTC) to broadcast his full speech in the National Assembly.
Khan made the demand while leaving for the National Assembly, where he was to present his party’s stance on Panama papers, which put spotlight on offshore holdings of Sharif family.
“I will represent the sentiments of the nation on this issue. PTI should broadcast my speech
without any interruption,” he said.
The PTI chief also denounced the ruling PML-N for running what he described as a “malicious” campaign against a charitable health facility.
“If they cannot build cancer hospitals in the country, they shouldn’t be targeting Shaukat Khanum Hospital, which was treating poor patients,” he said.