'Corrupt' politicians will fight elections together, predicts Imran Khan

PTI chairman accuses PPP of using public money to construct Bilalwal House in Lahore.

Web Desk February 16, 2013
A file photo showing PTI chief Irman Khan addressing a rally. PHOTO: INP

TOBA TEK SINGH: All the corrupt politicians will fight the elections together because they have common interests, said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Saturday.

He was addressing a rally in Toba Tek Singh.

Criticising the performance of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N), Imran claimed that the Bilawal House in Lahore was built with public money.

He further accused the Punjab government of using the entire province’s budget on a single project, referring to the metro service.

Lamenting the deteriorating economic condition of the common man, Imran said the people of Pakistan should decide against voting for parties whose leaders have money saved in banks abroad.

Telling the rally participants to prepare for the upcoming elections, the PTI chief said “he knows well how to play this important match.”


the Skunk | 8 years ago | Reply

Imran Khan for Prime Minister.

Whatever, the apprehensions the press, think tanks and agencies have against him, DROP IT. The man is honest and can be backed up by intelligent, honest, educated persons with a strong desire to see justice done.

IK you have my vote. Salams for 2013

Shakeel N | 8 years ago | Reply

And PTI will defeat all these corrupt politicians, In-sha-Allah!!

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