LAHORE - Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan has said that he will not go abroad for treatment. Khan, who is staying at his Lahore residence, tweeted on Sunday, “I am recovering fast and will not be going abroad for medical treatment. A little more rest is required before I attend National Assembly.”

Meanwhile, former Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that politics is a game of numbers and the party having more seats will get the slot of the Opposition leader in the National Assembly.

Talking to media on the occasion of inquiring after Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan here at his residence on Sunday, he said that country was facing worst crisis and no single party could pull the country out of these crisis, therefore, all political forces should work together for the purpose and should have national consensus on issues.

He said his party would play role of responsible Opposition and would not indulge in point securing. He said his party always tried to take along other parties and they would continue this in future also.

To a question about drone attacks, Gilani said the Federal and provincial governments was being formed and elected governments would give their policy regarding drone attacks. He said, “politics is day to day affair so he is unable to talk about joint Opposition with PTI at this stage.”

Regarding rigging in the general elections, he said despite reservations, they accepted the results of the elections and they respect the mandate of all parties. He said his son was abducted and he could not remain active in politics.

About his son, he said agencies were investigating about the abduction of Haidar Gilani but till now they were clueless and unable to tell about his whereabouts.

Gilani said he enjoyed good relations with Imran Khan. He said he wanted to inquire after injured PTI chief.

He said despite differences Imran Khan participated in All Parties Conference organised by his government.

Earlier, Gilani met with the PTI chief to inquire about his health.

On the occasion, PTI central leader Shafqat Mehmood, Speaker KP Assembly Asad Qaisar and others were also present.

Talking to media men, Asad Qaisar said that his party had clear stance about drone attacks.

He said they had submitted resolution in the Assembly regarding the issue. He said KP would be made model province and his party would fulfil its all promises with the nation, adding, they would present masses friendly budget where youth would be given special privileges.

Shafqat Mehmood said that drone attacks were unacceptable but they did not want confrontation with the Federal government on the issue. It is quite right that we had staged sit-ins against drone attacks, but now we have government in one province and will adopt Constitutional way to resolve the matter, he added.