'Imported' federal govt has failed to deliver, claims CM.

PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on Monday said that Pakistan was passing through a crucial phase as the 'imported' federal government had failed to deliver and didn't have the capacity to steer the country out of the current economic and political crises.

'We are at crossroads and have to choose between subjugation and true independence of the nation. Now is the time for the people to firmly stand by PTI chief Imran Khan and work for the real freedom of Pakistan,' the chief minister said in a statement issued here.

Mr Mahmood said that the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had rendered unprecedented sacrifices for peace and tranquility, and would never accept 'imported rulers'.

He said the people of the province stood firmly with the PTI chief and would join the Haqeeqi Azadi March in large numbers to make it a success.

Mahmood asks people to join PTI's struggle for 'real' freedom

'The country was established with the aim of ensuring national sovereignty, but due to the incompetence of the self-centered political mafia, we could not achieve that goal,' he said.

The chief minister criticised the policies of the federal government and said that the decisions were being taken by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's administration at the desires of its foreign masters, while a fugitive person had been tasked with deciding the country's our future, which was not acceptable to...

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