Imran lays emphasis on supremacy of law


Abdul Khaliq Qureshi


Addressing a public meeting here Sunday, the PTI Chairman laid emphasis on supremacy of law and accountability.
He said that the country’s total debt had exceeded Rs10, 000 billion.
“Supremacy of law means nobody, whosoever is above law”, he said. Referring to conviction of Sharifs by the Accountability Court, he said, the powerful are being punished for the first time in the country’s history.
He said, “I had joined politics to change the fate of people of Pakistan wherein only the poor people were being held accountable and punishable, but the mighty ones went scot free. For the last 22 years, I have been fighting against the corrupt mafia,” “A dawn of “A Naya Pakistan will appear on July 26 (a day after July 25 of the general elections) and the dacoits will be put in jails, instead joining the parliament.”
The PTI Chief alleged that because of launching his constant struggle against corruption, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government filed 32 cases against him just to stop him but he continued his mission. Attacking Nawaz Sharif, Imran said the former PM did everything to protect his “looted wealth” and property, and started criticizing the Supreme Court’s verdict passed on July 28 when the joint investigation team (JIT) was formed to probe the Panama scandal.

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