- Faisal Vawda says that rifts among the many ruling PTI have been “not a big deal” in any respect
- Refuses to touch upon ongoing case towards him pertaining to his twin citizenship
- “I too can write a letter with the signatures of 25 million people”
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Water Assets Faisal Vawda mentioned Monday the PTI’s determination was “the most important for me after Allah’s” and that rifts among the many ruling get together have been “not a big deal”.
In an unique interview with Geo Information, Faisal Vawda mentioned he couldn’t touch upon the twin nationality case because it was being heard by the courtroom.
The minister mentioned Saeeda Abbasi, the sister of the previous prime minister and PML-N chief Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, was eliminated by the courtroom. Her case must also be investigated.
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“I too can write a letter with the signatures of 25 million people,” he mentioned, referring to the letter written by PTI’s Sindh management to the Sindh governor, protesting the get together’s determination to award him a Senate ticket.
In response to a query relating to the upcoming Senate elections and Murtaza Wahab, Vawda replied that regardless of the Sindh authorities spokesperson could say, “he is my younger brother”.
“I would have been happy if he had been given a Senate ticket but he did not get it,” he mentioned.