Lahore rally to intensify anti-corruption drive: Imran

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Swat—Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman has announced to march towards Lahore to boost the party’s anti-corruption drive, saying the rulers will not be spared until they are held accountable for their alleged offshore wealth.
“We will be approaching Lahore on September 3 and the Supreme Court next week to make Nawaz Sharif answerable for the wealth exposed by Panama Papers,” Imran Khan said while addressing a procession in Chakdara, Swat on Thursday.
The PTI chairman inaugurated the expressway in the area as he was accompanied by other party leaders.
“This nation will continue to hold you accountable and will bring all the money looted from the country,” he said, reiterating that a corrupt ruler always had corrupt subordinates, causing ‘destruction’ of national institutions.
He claimed institutions, school and even the police in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa were free of political pressure while systematic efforts were being made to rid the province of corruption completely.
Whosoever unearthing corruption in the province will be rewarded with a rightful 30 per cent share from the money recovered, added the cricketer-turned politician.
Imran went on to challenge the federal government to bring about any evidence of a major corruption in KP, and urged the rulers to establish similar anti-graft bodies as prevalent in the province.

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