India more worried about ouster of Nawaz Sharif, says Imran
PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said the India is more worried about Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as his resignation would strengthened the army.
Addressing media along with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak, he reiterated that Nawaz Sharif must eventually resign as he has lost all moral authority.
“India fears for the loss of its ally,” he quoted from the Times of India newspaper which stated that the ouster of Nawaz Sharif would create security complications for India, and strengthen the Pakistan Army.
“There is a downpour of lies,” he said while speaking about the Joint Investigation Team report. He said the prime ministers around the world set down on ethical reasons for a mere lie.
The PTI chairman highlighted the health budget in KP increased from eighteen to Rs65 billion which is significant achievement for healthcare in the province.
The number of doctors in the province was 3500, while another six thousand were hired on merit basis, who have sent to district hospitals in the peripheries and across the province. Furthermore, KP is the first province which has issued health cards. The salaries of doctors are also higher than other provinces, while Rs700 million have spent on health cards.
Imran Khan said they are carrying forward with the dream to make Pakistan a social welfare state by providing excellent health and education facilities. He said that they are struggling to change the system and will soon install solar system in district hospitals.