ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) would oppose imposition of technocratic government in the country, said former information minister Fawad Chaudhary.
The PTI stalwart issued the remarks in response to reports that plans are being hatched to form an interim government for a period of six months to two and half years instead of calling fresh elections in the country.
Taking to Twitter, he said the idea of replacing the government with technocratic setup was â€œfoolishâ€, adding that political crisis was more severe than economic turmoil. He claimed that such schemes were being designed at the cost of the countryâ€™s interests just to stop PTI Chairman Imran from regaining power.
â€œWe will oppose this kind of technocrat government,â€ he vowed.
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