Long March

'If in power, I won't have sent military into tribal areas'

ISLAMABAD: The chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan on Tuesday said, “Had I been in power, I would not have sent the military in the tribal areas of Pakistan”, ARY News reported.

The statement was made during his address with the participants of the PTI sit-in camp in Islamabad on Tuesday. Imran Khan said that tribal people are our army and a time will come when we will establish peace in the entire region without fighting.

He slammed the government for leading a campaign against him with the money collected from taxes paid by the people.

The PTI chief mocked that it is heard that he uses very harsh words during his speeches.

He said that people are getting no benefits from the sitting assembly, while all the political parties have unified against Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf.

The cricketer-turned-politician said that the ‘naya Pakistan’ will be formed by the people themselves, he will only show them the way for it.

He said, “I cannot transform the country alone, while it was also a team effort when I won the world cup for Pakistan”.

Khan said things can be difficult, but nothing is impossible in the world.

He thanked PM Nawaz Sharif for ‘praising’ him through media advertisements and said that the rulers are not aware that how many ‘plans’ are still there in his bag.

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