In a rare such move, Imran Khan hits out hard at PMLN leaders over criticism on his family
ISLAMABAD - Imran Khan has responded back harshly to the PML-N leaders criticism of his family.
"N-league should feel ashamed for discussing the mothers and sisters of other individuals," lashed out the PTI chief. "They have been doing the same for the past forty years; first Benazir and Nusrat Bhutto and then my personal life was discussed."
"When they [PML-N] stoop down, it is right to the gutter. They have no ethics and moral values."
Leaders of the ruling party have recently come under fire for making misogynist remarks about women members of PTI.
Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah on Monday had said that the women who attended PTI's Minar-e-Pakistan rally "were not from honourable families because their dance moves implied where they had actually come from".
Following backlash, the minister issued a video statement on Tuesday saying that he would only apologise if PTI chief Imran Khan surrenders his BlackBerry phone over Ayesha Gulalai’s allegations.
Sanaullah earlier today refused to apologise over his misogynist remarks regarding PTI's female workers prompting an opposition walkout.