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Imran Khan wants people to stand by him for protecting corruption of Bushra Bibi, Farah Gogi: Marriyum

Imran Khan wants people to stand by him for protecting corruption of Bushra Bibi, Farah Gogi: Marriyum
October 20, 2022 Web Desk

ISLAMABAD (APP) - Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Thursday said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan was using 'educational institutions to create chaos and anarchy in pursuit of his ulterior motives'.

Her comments came in the backdrop of a fiery speech made by Imran Khan at the Sargodha University on Thursday. “Those who have turned the educational institutions in an arena for spreading anarchy should be ashamed of themselves."

The minister said that Imran Khan had nothing to do with 'right and truth' as he wanted the people to stand by him for 'protecting the corruption of his wife Bushra Bibi and her friend Farah Gogi. "His speech at the Sargodha University was attempt to save the two from going to jail," she added.

Imran Khan, she said, was in fact a 'foreign-funded Fitna, liar and dacoit' who had pushed the country into an economic quagmire by pursuing wrong policies during his four-year government tenure. "Imran Khan’s accountability drive was nothing but a drama as he had rendered the people jobless and weaken the state during his rule which was marred by 'corruption and incompetency'."

She lashed out at Imran Khan for spending the charitable donations to achieve political and personal gains.

The PTI chairman, she said, did all in his power to victimize his political opponents, but could not prove a single allegation of corruption against them. He would have to answer as to why he had kept his opponents in the jails without any proof of wrongdoings, if any, she added.

She said the meaning of Amr-Bil-Maaroof was to abstain from telling lies and accusing others of misdeeds without any concrete proof. "The 10-year PTI’s rule in the KP is marked by inflation, poverty and massive borrowing. The country’s debt rose to Rs45,000 billion as the Imran-led government had borrowed Rs25,000 billion during its first three years," she remarked.

Marriyum said Imran Khan inaugurated the projects, which were launched by Nawaz Sharif as prime minister and Shehbaz Sharif as Punjab chief minister.