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Imran Khan terms Zardari ‘master of thieves’, says ‘unemployment’ Sindh’s biggest issue

SUKKUR: Speaking to a party rally in Sindh’s Sukkur city,Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan termed Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari “master of theives” claiming he led the money laundering spree in Sindh, ARY News reported on Thursday.

Addressing his supporters and party men, Imran Khan said that Sindh’s biggest issue is unemployment and such issues surface when a province’s money flows outside, adding that Zardari led this practice.

He urged the people to vote neither for Zardari nor for Nawaz but people whose money and interests are within this country and not abroad.

Turning his guns again on former PM Nawaz Sharif, he said that Nawaz Sharif is repeatedly attacking Supreme Court and Army after the court verdict which led to his disqualification.

“Nawaz ruined all institutions except army and court and now he is after them,” said Imran Khan.

The PTI chief promised the people of the city that if they will vote for PTI, the party will bring rule of law, good healthcare and will solve the unemployment issue once and for all.

Khan on Thursday had urged local people and party supporters to attend the PTI’s rally in a special video message.

In the brief video message, Imran regretted that he could not pay a visit to Sindh and interact with the masses as he had been engaged in his intensive struggle in the Panamagate case.

“I could not get a chance to interact with people of Sindh and hold public gatherings [in the province] as you all know we were busy in the Panamagate [case],” Khan remarked.

Calling upon people to participate in the party’s public gathering tomorrow, Khan said: “We will start a campaign for people residing in Sindh.”

“The prime objective of my visit is to raise awareness among the masses about their adverse situation and how they could get out of it,” Khan further said in his video message.

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