Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said on Tuesday that his party will put the country’s institutions on the right track by ensuring merit and good governance after winning the next general elections.
The PTI chief was addressing a ceremony at Malakand university. He said we have to strengthen state institutions because countries are destroyed by weak institutions.
Discussing the educational sector, PTI chief said three different academic systems that include English medium, Madrassas and government schools are being run in the country and none of them follow merit.
He said children of the poor people are not provided opportunity of quality education while those of elite study in English medium schools.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) asked why those who were elected for six times in Punjab and Sindh could not improve police department in their provinces. While presenting the example of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police, Imran said that people fear police in Sindh and Punjab, but the crime rate has dropped by 70 percent in KPK.
“AD Khawaja said that Sindh needs police similar to that of KP,” said the PTI chief. Imran said that the police in KP became better when the IG was appointed on the basis of merit.—INP