Bringing 110m above poverty line not easy: Khan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan Tuesday said Pakistan’s destiny would change if only 200 honest professionals were appointed on key posts.
Addressing the participants of his sit-in in Islamabad, Khan said that people have laid out foundation of “Naya Pakistan”.
“To lift out 110million people of the poverty line would be the major challenge we will be facing after building the Naya Pakistan,” he said.
The PTI chairman pledged that he would put an end to ongoing target killings and violence in Karachi.
“Target killings could not stop until the police remain political,” Khan said while referring to violence in mega city.
Taking a credit, he said that PTI has depoliticized the police in Khyber Pakhrunkhwa, where his party is in power.
The cricketer-turned-politician further stated that his ongoing sit-in in Islamabad have given a lot of awareness to the general public.
Khan claimed the wrist watch that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif wears worth 30million rupees. -Samaa