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Imran alleges Nawaz of tax evasion and corruption

Latest Update: October 9, 2015 | 106 Views

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has alleged Nawaz of money laundering, tax evasion and corruption, demanding an investigation against the prime minister.

“The “Junoon” (passion) has collided with with the Noon (PMLN) — the political party the sun has in fact set on,” Khan thundered while delivering a ‘tear-the-rivals-apart’ speech at his party’s last electioneering rally as NA-122 by-poll campaign ends tonight officially.

Khan said the power-drunk Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) was suffering from the delusion that it would walk away with the vote this time again.

“Not so fast…That rigging history is not going to repeat itself this time around. Defeat has become their destiny, I must make it clear to them,” the cricketer-turned-politician said.

They would certainly try to manipulate the vote as Election Commission of Pakistan and police are their minions.

“Like squatters, they virtually take over anything that comes in their way. That’s exactly what they have done with the machinery of the state,” Imran said.

Coming down crashing on Sharif family, the PTI leader said they flew the coop to save their necks like ‘milksops’ when they should have faced the tyrant.

“I will not escape to Jeddah or London in the time of ‘trials and tribulations.’ Unlike Sharifs and their ilk I don’t have a single penny stashed away abroad. Pakistan is where I will live and die,” Khan claimed during his address.

Whipping up government spokesman Pervaiz Rashid and other PMLN ministers Khan handed down a piece of advice to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

“Sharif, you better change your ‘courtiers’ for the better,” Khan said adding,” And if you are a real tiger than stop hiding behind those jackals, who are your mouthpieces.


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