Corruption biggest obstacle in development of Pakistan: Imran
He was addressing after offering condolence at the residency of PTI councilor Taimur who died last month in a car accident.
He said that corruption hampered foreign investment, while the country was witnessing the highest rate of unemployment. He said that overseas Pakistani desired to invest billions of dollars but were hesitant due to the rampant corruption.
He bemoaned that there was no human development in the country, despite the fact that the subcontinent had some of the poorest people in the world.
If you want to realise your vision you have to take risks “There is no greater danger than playing it safe”.
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) August 27, 2016
He said that the issue of Panama Papers will not be brushed aside. He said that Nawaz Sharif had weakened the institutions of the country so as not to face any accountability.
Therefore, he vowed to bring out a massive show of force in Rawalpindi on 3rd September which he said was to relieve future generations, and demand answers and accountability of Nawaz Sharif.
Imran Khan remain adamant and said that he has no desire to be the Prime Minister of Pakistan.