Opposition leader in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has termed Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf's (PTI) Waziristan peace march as nothing but "political jugglery".
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader alleged that former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief, General Shuja Pasha, was still pulling the strings of PTI's "tsunami", reports The News.
He said that unmanned spy planes were "spitting all the fire" on North Waziristan but PTI chief Imran Khan and company were going South to everyone's astonishment.
"It baffles me as to what Imran Khan is up to. It appears as if he was afraid of going to the real warzone," Nisar was quoted, as saying.
Nisar said it should not be forgotten that Imran had initially planned a peace march to North Waziristan but changed his mind afterwards.
"The nation was languishing under the deadly scourges of skyrocketing inflation, gas/power loadshedding, and injustice, but tsunami league was busy playing tricks on it", Nisar added.
He further said that instead of fooling the nation, Imran should come up with a solution. (ANI)