Imran invites Rangers to crack down on KP corruption


SHIKARPUR: Imran Khan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Thursday invited Rangers to clamp down on corruption in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa if anyone thinks the provincial government is sparing corrupt elements.


Addressing the PTI workers here, Imran claimed that corruption in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been eliminated.

He said people of Sindh knew that corruption is the biggest issue in their province.

The PTI chief said he would strengthen his movement for Local Government elections in Sindh, which he said needs more change than any other province of the country.

“Anyone who would vote against the PTI would be expelled from the party,” Imran said while answering a query.

To another query, he said the chief election commissioner Sardar Raza Khan has assured him that the Election Commission would address the PTI’s concerns.

“We want by-elections to be conducted under neutral umpires,” he said.

Imran vowed to transfer powers to the local people of small town and villages through Local Government elections.