ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said that federal government was making it difficult for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab Commission to arrest “criminals”.
 
His statement came a couple of days after KP Ehtesab Commission accused Islamabad police of non-cooperation in arresting Senator Sitara Ayaz facing Rs1 billion graft charges. “It took 2 years to set up an independent KP Ehtesab Commission. A PTI minister and a PTI MPA’s father were the first to be arrested by it,” Khan tweeted.
 
“Unfortunately, the federal government is making it difficult for KP Ehtesab Commission to arrest criminals hiding out in Islamabad. The PTI chief said that he was determined to thwart such attempts. 
 
“We are determined to counter efforts to prevent us from arresting politicians/leaders of other political parties wanted by KP the Ehtesab Commission,” he added.