PTI Founder Group calls for resignation of KP CM
ISLAMABAD: (APP) The Founder Group of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Sunday called for immediate resignation of KP Chief Minister Pervaiz Khattak and all PTI ministers for being involved in corruption.
The Group, in a conference here, also demanded a judicial inquiry into the distribution of development funds in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), which have been allegedly siphoned off by blue-eyed members of the provincial assembly (MPAs) and ministers.
Addressing a press conference after the Group's first national consultative conference, Group Convener Akbar S Babar also asked the PTI Chairman Imran Khan to present himself for accountability before an independent commission comprising fair and impartial party members.
He alleged that Imran Khan as the party chief had, prima facie, failed to enforce fundamental principles of transparency, accountability, and merit in the party affairs.
He said former KP Ehtisab Commission Director General Lt Gen (retd) Hamid Khan had also started investigation against the CM and other ministers for their alleged corruption.