Corruption will have to be eliminated to stabilize Pakistan, says Imran Khan
SIALKOT (92 News) – PTI chairman Imran Khan has said that corruption will have to be eliminated to stabilize Pakistan.
Addressing a public meeting in Sialkot on Friday, he said that the Kashmir issue cannot be resolved until Pakistan becomes economically independent.
He said that the country faced problems like lawlessness, unavailability of justice, unemployment and separate laws of the poor and the rich.
Imran Khan said that Nawaz Sharif could not set up a single hospital in Pakistan.
He said that farmers were in a dilapidated condition and they were being exploited economically. “One who begs cannot be respected in the society.”
The PTI chairman said that the nation has to become a great nation.
Earlier addressing a public meeting in Pasrur, he said that Nawaz Sharif had announced to make Pasrur a Paris, but now Londoners fear their city will be made Pasrur if he remained there for more time.
He said that rulers had become the Mughal-e-Azam and sending the looted money abroad.
He announced to move court against sending a PIA special plane to London to bring back the prime minister.
The PTI chairman said that over Rs 40 is deducted on an Rs 100 card, while there was 100 percent tax on one liter of ‘Fazlur Rahman’.