Will face all 'corrupt' leaders for sake of Pakistan: Imran Khan

PTI chairman addresses public rally in Sialkot

Web Desk November 30, 2015
Imran Khan addresses public rally in Sialkot on November 30, 2015. PHOTO: PPI

SIALKOT: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said he will always stand by the people of Pakistan, and face all 'corrupt' leaders for their sake.

"Rulers of today have assets worth billions of rupees in foreign banks," he said, while addressing a public rally in Sialkot.

The PTI chairman said it was due to the growing corruption that Pakistanis now owed a huge amount of loans.

“During the previous government, each Pakistani owed Rs35,000 and now the amount has reached Rs110,000,” he claimed.

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"Pakistani system discourages merit, resulting in our youth leaving the country for better opportunities in foreign lands," the PTI chairman added.

Last week, Imran had accused the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairperson Asif Zardari to be involved in embezzlement of Rs6 billion.

“It was your [Pakistanis] money that he has escaped with. I ask how many people came out of their homes to protest against this?"


K Alam | 6 years ago | Reply I am doubtful that all these elections are being held on electoral list prepared in 2012. I was unable to register my vote for this local body elections in Sindh. ECP should prepare new lists after every three years if not on annual basis. Moreover, facilitate public in registering votes by using ICT tools.
Xman | 6 years ago | Reply Same old broken record.
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