Imran Khan asked PML-N-PPP to oust Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari
21 September, 2017
KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday asked Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) to oust Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari.
Talking to media in Karachi, Kaptaan thanked the people of Hyderabad for giving him a warm welcome. He said the Sharifs have been involved in money laundering for 30 years, adding that corrupt people have to go home when the umpire lifts his finger.
The skipper added that the country is going into debt day-by-day for which Nawaz and Zardari are responsible. Nawaz has destroyed all the government institutions, he claimed. The PTI supremo said Nawaz and Zardari were responsible for the country’s adverse situation.
“The 2006 Charter of Democracy was an underhand deal between them. The entire country is in debt but they have become billionaires,” he said. “Look at the children of Ishaq Dar, Nawaz Sharif and Zardari, they are all billionaires.” The PTI chairman said that his focus is now on Sindh and announced that after Muharram he will visit various districts of the province.
“In December, we will organise a huge public gathering at Mazar-e-Quaid,” he vowed. Khan said that corruption is more rampant in Sindh than any other province of the country. “There is a commission on every project in Sindh and the money is being laundered to Dubai by Zardari’s sister Faryal Talpur,” he alleged.
Khan said that Opposition Leader Khurshid Shah and PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif are on the same page as the government gave huge development funds to the opposition leader, adding that a genuine opposition leader is needed to keep a check on the government.
Taking a jibe at the PML-N chief, he said Nawaz destroyed every institution of the country by placing his cronies as their head in view of protecting his corruption. He accused the government of maligning the army as well.
“It is the first time that the army chief is repeatedly saying, “we won’t impose martial law’, ‘we stand with democracy”, but they have issues because the army has not become Punjab Police and the judges today are not Justice Qayyum who used to write decisions on their telephone calls.”
Kaptaan said it happens nowhere other than Pakistan where its premier and ministers criticise their own army.