PTI fighting war against dacoits: Imran Khan

JHELUM: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan said that his party is fighting a war against the dacoits.


He said this, while addressing a political rally in Jhelum, adding that the people pay the cost of the theft money which the rulers snatch away from them.

Furthermore, he added that PTI wants Pakistan to progress in the field of education, claiming that  his party would emerge victorious in the coming general elections.

The cricketer turned politician lambasted the government’s decision to impose taxes on gas and petroleum products, adding that a single Pakistani owes one lac 30 thousand rupees due to the excessive borrowings of the government from IMF and other institutions.

On the ascension of Shehbaz Sharif as the president of Pakistan Muslim league (Nawaz),  Imran said that Shehhbaz has just come to play the role of his elder brother Nawaz Sharif.

On Tuesday, PML(N) nominated Shehbaz as the party president replacing former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, drawing response from  PTI chief slamming both Sharif brothers saying “Don has replaced God father”, according to media reports.


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