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PTI concerned over Transparency International report

08 December, 2012

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh leader Nadir Akmal Khan Laghari has shown concern over a report presented by Transparency International here on Friday.

In a statement, he commented on the report explaining the increase of corruption level in Pakistan and accused existing government, opposition and their stakeholders of the decline. He stated that the country was being governed by corrupts, and opposition too is just concerned with their own benefits.

He explained that the political crooks were again set to plunder the national wealth with their gimmicks like Benzair Income Support Programme and Laptops' Distribution.

"These are all attention-grabbers to assist their election campaigns. But people of Pakistan are well aware of their real faces now."

The PTI leader said: "They know the reason why the debt has been doubled in the running tenure. Political interference in public sectors is an unwrapped reality and the nation is sentient to that." Pakistan necessitates honest and sincere leadership which can be provided by PTI only.

Coming general elections will bring in front the true, sincere and patriotic leadership. He concluded with the words that the bright future of Pakistan belongs to PTI and the muggers will be held accountable soon."

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