KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan who is on a two day visit to the largest city of Pakistan, Karachi said that he will lead Pakistan into a new are without corruption.
“This era will not remain. I will be your captain and you be my team in the upcoming general elections,” he told a horde of party workers that assembled to hear Khan speak during his recent election recruitment campaign gatherings.
Lashing out at his political rivals PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and PML-N’s boss for life Nawaz Sharif, Imran alleged that both politicians are responsible for the countries problems.
“Nawaz and Zardari both are corrupt,” he told attendees of the rally. “They [political leaders] engage in corruption and then burden the public with debt and taxes.”
“The public is being pushed into poverty as the corrupt leaders get richer,” Imran exclaimed.
Corrupt practices of the country’s leaders have destroyed public institutions, he said.
“The nation will transform when the same money that is looted from the public will be spent on them,” Imran said, adding that the most important aspect of party’s agenda is to strengthen the working class of Pakistan.