Imran Khan addresses supporters in Chakwal

Jan 06, 2018
[video width="640" height="360" mp4=""][/video] CHAKWAL: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairperson Imran Khan on Saturday accused ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of criticizing the army and judiciary to save his ill-gotten wealth. "Instead of answering for his crimes, he keeps asking why was he ousted," said the PTI chairman, while addressing a gathering of supporters in Chakwal. The former prime minister had stolen Rs300bn from the country, he alleged. "What they [Sharif family] did to the people of Pakistan, even our enemies would not do such things to us." Khan also criticized Nawaz Sharif for his recent visit to Saudi Arabia. "In Saudi Arabia, Nawaz Sharif was pleading for help to save himself,” he said, adding the former premier had been maligning the country's institutions. The PTI chairman alleged that two towers in UAE, owned by the Dar family, were valued at Rs25bn. He further said Pakistanis have invested Rs800bn in UAE's property market over the last four years and "this was the people's money which was being stolen and taken out of the country". Imran further said that infrastructure projects developed by the Punjab government were not needed, as the "need of the hour was to provide employment to the youth". “We need just 200 good men to introduce reforms and fix the system,” he said. "Had we turned down the US assistance , we would not have to face such humiliation from Donald Trump," he observed. SAMAA

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