PTI to sweep upcoming elections: Imran Khan

'Money looted by launderers will be returned'


News Desk January 15, 2018
The court later adjourns the hearing until December 19 after hearing arguments. PHOTO: REUTERS

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Monday claimed that PTI will sweep the general elections 2018 and hold money launderers accountable.

Addressing a crowd at Karak University, Imran said that PTI will win the upcoming elections and will make sure that all the people who have looted the country would be held accountable for their actions.

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Imran Khan also said that its highly unfortunate that education is not prioritized in Pakistan and all the money that has been taken away from the people of Pakistan would be brought back and spent on education.

He also added saying that there is no nation in the world that has prospered without making education a priority. He shared saying that the biggest chunk of money spent in K-P has been on education only.

Analysts foresee a bigger majority for the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in 2018 election keeping in view the efforts of Nawaz Sharif-led government to deliver on governance, economic reforms and particularly security.

The report stated that PTI made major strides in the last general election, but public opinion was turning. As one Pakistani businessman put it, “They lost people’s support due to agitation politics, including months long sit-in at the parliament.”

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According to a report published in Nikkei Asian Review, an English-language business journal, in June 2013, Pakistan underwent its first-ever peaceful regime change from one elected civilian party to another.

COMMENTS (2)

khaja | 3 years ago | Reply So you know the result much before the election?
F Khan | 3 years ago | Reply PTI will sweep the elections again like 2013.
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