LAHORE - PPP leader Mahreen Anwar Raja, PTI’s Ejaz Ahmed Chaudhry and PML-N MPA Inamullah Niazi participated in Waqt News programme ‘Insight’ hosted by Editor The Nation Salim Bokhari.

To a question, Mahreen said there was no need of any commission to be formed if Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif clarified the situation. She said they do not want rift among the opposition folders but PTI chairman Imran keeps changing his statements. She said Benazir Bhutto had stated once that the government would buy potatoes at all costs, but the sitting government has left the farmers with no other option but to come on roads.

Inamullah Niazi said that the opposition was making hue and cry saying Nawaz Sharif is not appearing in the National Assembly, but it failed to do anything good when the prime minister attended the session. He said that revelation of Imran Khan’s offshore company was a slap in the face of PTI.

Ejaz Chaudhry said his party in the past had accepted the verdict of the judicial commission. He said that the country’s investigation agencies should take action against the corrupt elements. He said that the country was facing critical situation as Rs6 billion loan is being acquired on daily basis while an amount of Rs12 billion falls prey to corruption. He said that the success of his party’s anti-corruption drive would earn improvement in the country’s affairs.