In a jibe against opponents, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan said he would round up all ‘corrupt’ politicians in a boxing ring to face off against British-Pakistani champion Amir Khan if he wins the upcoming general elections, Express News reported.
Appraising his party's contribution to the development and social service at a convention in London, Imran claimed his party ventured into social development even when they were not in government.
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The PTI chief said Pakistan's first ever cancer treatment hospital, Shaukat Khanum Hospital, was constructed to facilitate people from the lower economic strata and to provide them health services of international standards.
The former cricketer recalled that his father breathed his last in the same hospital. “It is where I go when I fall sick because I have faith in the institution that I created."
"What is the use of a government in which people do not confide and where people feel the need to catch a flight even when they get seasonal flu?" asked Imran.
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Speaking on Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar’s visit to Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Imran said the top judge had lauded his government’s performance. “The chief justice is taking on issues that plague the common man and I am in complete accord with him,” he added.
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