Society will prosper if menace of corruption tackled, says Imran
SWAT: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has said that the society will prosper if the issue of corruption will be taken care of, ARY News reported on Wednesday.
He was addressing a gathering after inaugurating a power project in Swat.
Imran Khan said that the performance of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is only limited to publicity advertisements.
He said, “The only progress which the N-League government made is in the field of advertisements.
Khan also said that a small section of the society is filling their pockets whereas the nation is getting poorer in the prevailing system.
The PTI chairman, talking on the Panamagate Case, said that the whole nation is praying for justice.
Khan said that no other government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) had launched a 84-megawatt power project in the province.
Lauding the government efforts in education sector Imran Khan said that 34,000 students have enrolled them into government schools from the private schools. He also said that the PTI-led KP government will convert the hospitals into exemplary health facilities by the end of the completion of its tenure.
Khan also claimed that the crime rate in the province comes down due to the performance of the police.
He said that Punjab Police should not be blamed for its performance as they are “servants of the Sharif family”. “Those are to be blamed who have politicized the law enforcers,” he said. “We were holding peaceful protest. We all saw what Punjab Police did with us,” the PTI chairman added.