Govt wasted money over UN report: Imran Khan


April 16, 2010

KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan has said that PPP led government wasted US $ 100 million on the UN commission report regarding assassination of Benazir Bhutto saying it has no worth as the people are aware of the facts.

He expressed these views while addressing a press conference. The PTI Chairman said that the corrupt and incapable people are at the helm of affairs and people could not tolerate them for the next three years.

Expressing his reservations on the 18th amendment, He said that the political parties have curbed the independence of the judiciary through this amendment. The corrupt elements do not want an independent judiciary, he said adding an independent judiciary is the only panacea for elimination of the menace of corruption from the country.

He said that the renaming of NWFP would divide the people on ethnic basis.

COMMENTS (11)

Blue | 10 years ago | Reply At least he is projecting facts. The fee was paid from Pakistani taxpayers money, which could have been better spent on resolution of power crisis and rehabilitation of industries. This could have made BB's soul rest in enhanced peace as well.
mariam | 10 years ago | Reply Love him or hate him, he is the only leader who talks about me and u. The USD 100mn did not come out from Asif Zardari or PPPs coffers, they were paid by me and u through record high taxes. USD 100mn if spent to pay off the power comapnies could have eased the 18 hour power cuts. And what did we learn from the UN report ? sounds like a cut and paste job....our media had already brought all of these issues infront of us 2 years ago.
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