ISLAMABAD  - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Saturday termed the criticism of chief minister Punjab and federal minister for water and power of the party leadership because of the party's outburst against the continued loadshedding in the country was unnecessary and unfounded.

PTI Information Secretary Naeemul Haq in a statement said that the PML-N leadership instead of criticizing PTI should fulfil promises made with the masses in connection with the controlling the loadshedding.

"Chief Minister Punjab shahbaz Sharif had been saying loudly for more than one time during the election campaign that PML-N would end loadshedding in a period of two years and six months," he said adding that PML-N has badly failed in fulfilling this commitment.

Now the people in Punjab and all over the country are facing worst loadshedding, he said.

He reminded that the PML-N government had already failed to bring reforms and reorganize a number of state institutions including Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) and was busy in bringing up these white elephants through national resources.

The information secretary said that with the first monsoon rain in the twin cities, construction work on Metro Bus Project got exposed while poor drivers were struggling to get their pending salaries.

"The CM Punjab can learn many lessons from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government," he said adding that the provincial minister in KP following his party chief's ideology presented himself before Ehtasab Commission for accountability.