PoliticsAsad Umar Declared That Current Struggle Was Not for Power

Asad Umar Declared That Current Struggle Was Not for Power

ISLAMABAD: Former Planning Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Asad Umar has declared that the current struggle was not about who will be in power.

Pleasing to Twitter, the former federal minister said that:

The party’s recent struggle was about who will be in power, putting forward two questions. “Which will determine the future of Pakistan”.

“It is about two fundamental questions which will determine the future of Pakistan. 1) Will the power to take important decisions be with the people of Pakistan. Or a small powerful unelected & unaccountable oligarchy,” he asked.

He further wrote:

“Will the people and institutions of Pakistan be free to determine its foreign policy. Or will external powers continue to allowed to shape our policy to serve the interests of foreign powers?”

Rendering to the PTI central leader, the above-mentioned questions will shape Pakistan’s future trajectory.

A day previous, PTI leader Asad Umar said that:

People containing women having no political background are getting threats from untraceable phone calls.

He made the announcement while speaking to ARY News program Sawal Yeh Hai. He said that women who have no political background are between those people who received threats from untraceable phone numbers.

The PTI central leader uninformed of the mystery of ‘unblock phone’. When questioned about it, Umar said that he will ask Imran Khan about the story behind ‘unblock phone’.

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