Imran accuses PM of ruining key institutions
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has accused Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of ruining state institutions by indulging in corruption, ARY News reported.
Speaking to media here, Khan claimed that several people from PML-N were in contact with his party. “We will decide on a right time about who should be inducted.”
Apart from that, he said, several people were trying to join the PTI.
He called for reforms in the National Accountability to arrest rulers involved in corruption.
Turning his guns on the government, the PTI chief said Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had confessed money laundering to protect the prime minister.
He lamented that facts were being distorted to protect the PM from corruption charges. “It’s an old formula of the PML-N that they resort to violence in view of an impending defeat,” he said.
Those who stole a few thousand rupees were languishing in jails, while plunderers of national wealth were roaming scot-free, said Khan.
Earlier with reference to Charsadda court attack, he paid tribute to Khyber Pakhtonkhwa police for demonstrating gallantry in the face of terrorism.