PTI will not form alliance with PML-N: Imran Khan

PTI chief says PML-N did serious harm to the All Parties Democratic movement in the past.


Express July 31, 2011

Pakistan Tehreek- e- Insaaf chief claimed his party will not forge an alliance with the PML-N, as the party did serious harm to the All Parties Democratic movement in the past, Express 24/7 reported on Sunday.

While criticising Nawaz Sharif, Khan pointed out that if PML-N supports the Supreme Court, then it should resign from the assemblies immediately.

Earlier while addressing the lawyers in Faisalabad, Khan had criticised PML-N and PPP over corruption. Khan criticised both the President Asif Ali Zardari and the PML-N chief for his role as opposition.

He accused both the leaders of not paying taxes to the government.

(Read: "Imran Khan criticises PML-N and PPP over corruption")

PTI chief also said that the future of the country is in the hands of the youth and they need to be united to save the country.

Regretting that Supreme Court decisions are not being implemented, the PTI chief announced at a news conference that his party will stage a sit-in outside parliament to express solidarity with the apex court on August 6.

He also asked the court to take stern action against those who are hampering implementation of its decisions.

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asir | 9 years ago | Reply

Mr nadeem who said that t bring a chnge confrontation is must?

hamad | 9 years ago | Reply

Dying to cast my vote for PTI canadiate!! General election please.

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