Corruption biggest problem in Sindh, says PTI chairman Imran Khan

03 Sep, 2015 6:00 pm

SUKKUR (92 News) – PTI chairman Imran Khan has said that corruption is the biggest problem in Sindh.

Addressing a gathering on Thursday, he said that the people of Sindh wanted a change.

“I am with the farmers of Sindh. The funds allocated for development in Sindh are being transferred abroad. Palaces are being constructed in Dubai through money plundered from Sindh,” he said.

Imran Khan said that the Election Commissioner had promised that he would look into the investigations of the Judicial Commission. “The parties do not trust the ECP members. They also do not want the elections under them.”

He announced that they would hold a historical meeting in Islamabad on October 4. “The people who voted against the party in the local government elections have been expelled from the party,” he added.


The PTI chairman said that they would award the tickets on merit.

Earlier, Imran Khan was awarded a rousing welcome at Sukkur Airport when he reached there on a two-day tour.




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