Interim govt should provide more security after suicide attack in Peshawar: Sherry Rehman
13 July, 2018
Leader of the Opposition in Senate and Pakistan People’s Party leader Sherry Rehman Thursday alleged that members of her party were being forced to switch loyalties ahead of the July 25 general elections, a private TV channel reported.
Addressing media after meeting with chief election commissioner, Sherry claimed that PPP was being barred from electioneering. “Holding free and fair elections is difficult … the interim government will have to provide more security after suicide attack in Peshawar this week which killed 21 people,” she said. “The PPP has already rendered many sacrifices … security lapse is the biggest concern right now,” she stated.
“PPP doesn’t support any kind of delay in general elections. Even our election caravan was stopped at Uch Sharif. Who would have taken the responsibility for any mishap then?” she questioned.