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Imran reaches Peshawar to kick off accountability movement

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PESHAWAR: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has reached Peshawar to kick off countrywide accountability movement (Tehreek-i-Ehtesaab), ARY News reported.

“Pakistan will be ruined, if powerful thieves are not held accountable. Corruption will not end unless National Accountability Bureau takes action against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. There are separate laws for masses and rulers,” he said while addressing PTI workers on board a container.

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak and senior PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi were also present on the occasion.

The PTI chief said the motive behind launching anti-corruption drive was to eradicate corruption from the country.

“PTI container will be moving on its movement again tomorrow. I invite all Pakistanis to demand accountability from their ldrs as it is their right,” he said.

He said Tehreek-i-Ehtesaab (accountability movement) was a defining moment for the nation: demanding accountability of the powerful.


Imran Khan posted on his Twitter account: “Through our Tehreek we challenge national institutions of accountability – NAB, FBR (Federal Board of Revenue), ECP (Election Commission of Pakistan) + judiciary- to bring the powerful under rule of law.”

He said unless we nabbed the powerful crooks, Pakistan would be destroyed by corruption.


He further said Panama Papers had exposed Sharifs’ corruption, money laundering, assets’ concealment, tax evasion. Why are NAB and FBR not moving against them?



PTI’s Tehreek-e-Ahtesab to be launched tomorrow… by arynews

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