Blame game: Imran points finger at leader’s role

Imran questioned the US what it had achieved in the war on terror.


Our Correspondent November 29, 2013

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan said that a leader never compromises vision whereas a weak ruler may compromise many things to save his rule. It was not possible that military could manufacture leaders and talks were the only way to resolve all disputes in the world, he asserted. A leader should not stay in government if he fails to implement his vision and there was a difference in leader and ruler, Imran said. Pakistan wants peace in trouble areas but unfortunately US droned the peace process by killing Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud. Imran questioned the US what it achieved in the war on terror, it has just been wastage of dollars, killing of people and promoting distrust among the people. The tribal areas of Pakistan are packed with IDPs, once they were the most peaceful people but now they are facing all type of hostility, Imran maintained.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 29th, 2013.

COMMENTS (2)

S.Nasir Mehdi | 7 years ago | Reply MR. Khan is perhaps wrong. Talibans does not recognize Pakistan constitution. They have guns are like a lion who tasted human flesh, If drone attacks are stopped who will stand guarantee that Talibs will become normal beings. IDrone attacks is just a lame excuse and Mr Khan is traped
The Failed Rebel | 7 years ago | Reply

Imran Khan, seriously buddy you seem to be the last hope for the country. Team up with the new Chief, take Zardaris and Sharifs down.

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