Asfandyar Wali asks CJP to take notice of corruption in Billion Tree Tsunami | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: President of the Awami National Party Asfandyar Vali asked the chairman of the Supreme Court of Pakistan Mian Sakib Nisar on Sunday to pay attention to the corruption in the project "One Million tsunami trees "in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The ANP leader spoke at a rally in Said Sharif, where he said that time is just around the corner when people will keep Imran accountable.
"The chairman of the National Bureau of Accountability should say if only Nawaz owns offshore companies? ", Said Vali.
He claimed that in the KP there are people who own up to 35 offshore companies.
When criticizing the ANP's national policy, the leader said that both domestic and foreign policies are not on the right track.
The leader of the ANP demanded that the KP be integrated with federally administered tribal areas, adding that the head of the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Avami Party (PkMAP) Mehmud Khan Açakzai also opposes the merger.
In the firm criticism of the PTI head, Asfandyar Wali said that Imran Khan cursed the parliament, which is part of this institution.
He said that if FATA members are in parliament, then their questions can be easily solved.
He demanded that the legislation be adopted at the FATA meeting for presentation before the forthcoming general elections in 2018.