Ameer Hoti accuses ex-CMs Khattak, Mahmood of corruption


SWABI/CHARSADDA: Awami National Party’s central vice-president Ameer Hider Khan Hoti on Monday accused former chief ministers Pervez Khattak and Mahmood Khan of committing financial and economic mismanagement in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Addressing an election rally in Yar Hussain area here, he said Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leadership’s outcry over denial of space for electioneering was unfounded. He said when the PTI was in power its leaders relentlessly targeted their opponents.

He said Mr Khattak enjoyed power and looting when PTI was in power in the province and the centre, but now he was accusing the party’s founding chairman and former minister Imran Khan of being the most corrupt leader, which he said was double standards.

Mr Hoti, who also remained KP chief minister, said the independent candidates affiliated with PTI would switch loyalties if they won their seats.

He called on the party leaders and workers to speed up canvassing and woo people to vote for ANP candidates on Feb 8.

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