Imran has lost 'sympathy': Wasay.

QUETTA -- Housing Minister Maulana Abdul Wasay has said that Imran Khan has 'lost sympathies he gained after the shooting incident' last week, as the PTI chief had since levelled 'baseless allegations' against the army and others.

'It's unfair to accuse an institution and its officers of being involved in the firing incident,' Maulana Wasay said at a presser along with other JUI-F leaders on Sunday.

The minister said the PTI chairman was not worried about the general election, but he wanted the army chief of his choice to be appointed.

'It is the constitutional right of a sitting prime minister to appoint the army chief,' he said, adding that Mr Khan had...

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