Court decision on Panama Leaks case to change Pakistan’s future: Imran
BAHAWALPUR: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan Sunday said the court decision on Panama Leaks case will change future of Pakistan, ARY News reported.
“No power can hold back Pakistan from becoming great. If we get justice in the Panama case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan will be a changed country,” he said while addressing a massive rally in Bahawalpur.
He said that Nawaz Sharif, after 30 years of hard work, had become adept in doing corruption.
He said the storm was in the making which would not leave the prime minister and his accomplice Chief Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazal ur Rehman, who was playing a role of the PM’s agent.
Imran said PTI sit-ins had spread awareness among masses about the corruption of their rulers. Nawaz smuggled money abroad and then concealed it behind several offshore accounts in the name of his children, he said.
He claimed that Pakistan was becoming more under debt by the day.
“Every Pakistani is under debt of Rs0.12 million, who once used to be under debt of Rs35000,” he said adding “What will be spent on education when treasury has run out of money? Where would you bring money for infrastructural development? In the end, you will have to beg money from foreign countries.”
The PTI chief said 57% development budget of Punjab was being spent on Lahore only. He also said that the people of South Punjab did not need metro train, which was being constructed so that the money could fill ‘somebody’s’ pocket.
He also cautioned that the country would go bankrupt and the corrupt leaders would flee abroad.