Hamza criticises PTI for road blockades.

LAHORE -- Hamza Shehbaz, opposition leader in the Punjab Assembly, has criticised the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) for disrupting citizens' life in Islamabad and other parts of the country by blocking highways.

'PTI workers are obstructing roads and in Punjab with the help of the local authorities, causing enormous difficulty to the common man,' Hamza said in a statement issued here on Tuesday.

He claimed that the PTI was behaving as a pressure group rather than a political party.

'Imran Khan's ambition for power has put the country in jeopardy,' he said, alleging Khan desired instability in the country, which he would not be allowed to achieve.

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