Democracy failed in Pakistan due to dynastic politics, says Imran in Charsadda

CHARSADDA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Thursday has remarked that family politics has ruined the democracy of Pakistan.


“Pakistan’s democracy is not a true democracy. Here a son becomes a political leader only because of his father,” he said while addressing political gathering in Charsadda.

Criticising PMLN supremo PTI chief said that Nawaz Sharif was not a leader, it was former army chief Zia-ul-Haq who made him leader.

“After Quaid-e-Azam no leader has yet come in Pakistan,” he added.

Taking a jibe at Pakistan people’s party (PPP) chairman, Imran said that Bilawal doesn’t know what struggle is and yet hopes to become the future prime minister.

He added that those who have looted the country must be defeated in the upcoming General Election 2018.

Earlier in a day PTI chief insisted that no delay in the verdict reserved against ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif in Avenfield reference should be granted.

“The Avenfield reference verdict should be announced tomorrow (Friday),” Imran said while speaking to the media before heading to Islamabad after concluding his two-day tour of Karachi.

He further stressed that Nawaz is not a special person that law can be changed for him.


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