Imran calls for end to CIA operations
28 November, 2011
SUKKUR: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan demanded stoppage of the operations of the CIA in Pakistan and called for ousting operatives of the CIA from the soil of the country.
Addressing a big public meeting at Ghotki on Sunday, Imran Khan said we need a new policy over drone attacks. He said Pakistan should abandon the American war. He said even America is not fully aware of the results of the war. He said the cost of the war for the country was that 40,000 people had been killed and several thousand of our Army men were martyred.
Imran said it was the right time to come out of darkness and shove the slavery of America away. He advised to rulers to go to Security Council over the issue of drone attacks without further delay.
The PTI chief said corruption should be uprooted and people should come forward for a New Pakistan and a New System to bring Pakistan on the road to progress, development and to make Pakistan a sovereign country.
He said Chaudhry Nisar will hear very soon about two wickets falling on a single ball.
Imran Khan said the PTI is a not a traditional political party based on families. He said Qureshi was not involved in any corruption and his image was clear and remained clear so he thinks that Qureshi will repose upon the party. He invited Qureshi to join the PTI, saying the party believes in political merit.
He said for ensuring the party strength, election on merit on every party designation would be held after which his party would be the only a merit-based political party of Pakistan.