PTI broke charter of corruption’s 10-year partnership thru inswinging yorker: PM
BAJAUR (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) broke the 10-year partnership of charter of corruption through an inswinging yorker.
Addressing a mammoth gathering on Friday, he said that former rulers had left the country in debt and now they are saying democracy in danger. “In reality, big dacoits, not democracy, is in danger,” he said.
The prime minister declared that his government will never reconcile with corruption. “There will be no deal with those looting the national wealth,” he said.
He said that two NROs had caused a huge loss to the country.
PM Imran Khan said that an Indian party wants to win the elections by spreading hatred. “The PAF responded to Indian mischief vigorously,” he said. “We want peace with all neighbours. We want to advance and have investment. We want to give jobs to the jobless.”
He said that he was ready to talk to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the betterment of Pakistan.
The prime minister saluted the Kashmiris for fighting for their rights. “There will be peace in Afghanistan and a good government will come to the power,” he declared.
He also announced several uplift projects, including the health card, for the people living in Bajaur.