People will hurl eggs, tomatoes on Zardari over his performance in Sindh: Imran Khan

SUKKUR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Monday has grilled former president Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur over the PPP’s performance in last 10 years in Sindh.

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“Zardari and Faryal  have victimized people of sindh , they not even considered them humans,” he said while addressing public gathering at ShahdadKot and Sukkur.

“Asif Zardari have no idea how much of  his wealth is outside the country. If Zardari would ask people of  his performance they would throw eggs and tomatoes over him, They haven’t done anything in past ten years”, PTI chief  added.

He also accused PPP and  PML N over their backdoor alliance.

“PPP and PML N made a alliance in 2008 to take turns  alternatively. Now they are preparing their children  to rule the country,” he added.

Earlier in a day, PTI chief Imran Khan vowed to make a welfare state in Pakistan as he unveiled his party’s manifesto for the General Election 2018.

Addressing a ceremony to unveil the party’s manifesto in the federal capital, Imran stressed that social justice and rules are the basis of progress for a country.

“An easy solution to the problems that Pakistan is faced with does not exist,” the PTI chief said. “No one should assume that we will be able to easily implement this manifesto.”

Touching on the country’s issues, he stated that the national debt had significantly increased in the past ten years. He further noted that the country did not have a revenue-collection mechanism. Furthermore, the PTI chief observed that the country’s institutions were deliberately made weak.

He then announced that his party plans to create 10 million jobs in the country. Imran further said that PTI, if elected, will introduce housing schemes. “New construction companies will be provided with a chance to create housing schemes. The government will facilitate new private sector players,” he said.

Furthermore, the PTI chief said that his party will work on taking advantage of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

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