PESHAWAR - Leaders of the Opposition in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa blamed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf for spending million of rupees to woo party dissident lawmakers and party workers.

Addressing a press conference after the meeting of the parliamentary leaders in KP Assembly, Opposition Leader Maulana Lutfur Rehman said that the PTI is bluntly wasting government resources in Islamabad's sit-in. He said that PTI leaders have tried their best to disturb the ongoing democratic set-up and bring army rule in the country but they miserably failed in their mission.

He was also flanked by Qaumi Watan Party Parliamentary Leader Sikandar Sherpao, PML-N MPA Sardar Orangzeb Nalota, Awami National Party MPA Syed Jafar Shah and Neghat Orakzi of Pakistan People's Party.

He said that for the first time in the history of the county woman of respectable families were forced to dance in Islamabad's sit-in, which is aimed at promoting western agenda in Pakistan. He said that on one hand Imran Khan is speaking about uniform education system while on the other hand he is using public money for political purposes. He said that instead of giving attention to aimless sit-ins the PTI chief should focus on law and order situation of the province.

He accused PTI of not playing its role to facilitate IDPs of North Waziristan Agency and put all responsibility on the federal government.

He regretted that Rs83 billion development funds went back to the federal kitty without spending it on the welfare of people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

He said that non-participation of chief minister in the meeting of Council of Common Interests is an eye opener for the provincial government. He said that this is a great blunder on the part of KP chief minister for not participating in the meeting and take up case of KP's rights.

He said that chief minister has issued million of rupees funds to woo its party disgruntled lawmakers but the opposition members have been kept deprived of developmental funds.

He also asked Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Saddiq to approve the resignations of PTI members and further delay in this connection will be deviation from the constitution. He also hinted that if need was felt they would submit requisition for provincial assembly session to bring a no-confidence motion against the PTI's chief minister.