Long March

Imran claims to quit politics if proven guilty in PTV attack case

ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, Imran Khan Thursday claimed to quit politics if the government proved his involvement in the attack on PTV office in Islamabad, ARY News reported.

Addressing the participants of the PTI sit-in camp, Imran Khan said that he feels energetic enough since he heard of his arrest warrant and claimed that it will further strengthen his determination to stand against wrong and unjust practices prevailing in the country.

Referring to the Khairpur traffic tragedy, he criticized the authorities for not issuing the arrest warrants of any of the persons responsible for that tragic incident, which claimed as many as 50 lives.

The PTI chief said that his arrest orders were furnished, but no action is being taken against the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, for he is the monarch of the state and has his own men appointed on every key post.

He said that the Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had laundered huge sums for PM Nawaz and its evidence is also available, yet none of them are being held accountable, rather the political opponents are being victimized by registering fake cases against them.

The cricketer-turned-politician said that Asif Ali Zardari during his reign, had got 13 billion dollars loan sanctioned by a Chinese bank, out of which 6 billion he had received, yet the Supreme Court (SC) stopped that project and now the Nawaz-government has resumed the same project, but it did not ask Zardari about the 6 billion USD he received.

He restated that both PPP and PMLN have settled their disputes by agreeing that none of the two will touch the other, adding, “I am here to curb all these practices of supporting each other’s corruption”.

Khan further slammed PM Nawaz Sharif saying that he pays only Rs 5 thousand tax, yet flaunts a wrist watch worth of Rs 30 crore.

He said these are the misdeeds of the present rulers from which he wants to rid the nation and asked the people to gather in large numbers for this purpose, in Islamabad on November 30.

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