No danger to democracy from Army but Nawaz Sharif: Imran


Dudial, AJK—Chairman Pakistan Tehrik i Insaaf Imran Khan has said that there is no danger to democracy from the army but the Kingdom of Nawaz Sharif. He said the Pakistani nation is more pro democracy than Turkey and there is need for a new leadership in Pakistan.
Addressing a public meeting in Dudial in Azad Kashmir on Tuesday, Imran Khan said Pakistan was established to make it a model state and pointed out that without an ideology no nation can survive.
He said whenever the Prime Minister goes abroad, his daughter Maryam Nawaz sits in the Prime Minister House. He said a bomb proof wall has been constructed at Raiwind costing Rs 600 million which was people’s money. He said Prime Minister’s son lives in London in a flat worth Rs 650 crore and does not pay tax.
He questioned the benefits that people of Pakistan accrued from the foreign visits of the Prime Minister. He said after becoming Prime Minister in 1993, Mian Nawaz Sharif set up 28 factories and all the money is being sent abroad by him.
Imran Khan said today half of the population of Pakistan cannot afford two time bread and 33% children are malnourished. He said the unemployment has increased and it is time to change the destiny of the nation.
The PTI chief said the party has formed government in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa for the first time and would use the experience in Azad Kashmir from whatever has been learnt in KP. Imran Khan alleged that those talking to break the begging bowl have obtained loans of $ 6 billion in three years and the country is moving towards destruction.—DNA

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