PM should resign ethically, says Imran


Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani should resign ethically after the Supreme Court (SC) charged him for contempt of court but he was just trying to secure President Asif Ali Zardari’s looted money stashed in Swiss banks, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said on Wednesday.
He was holding a press conference at his Zaman Park residence after former federal minister Noraiz Shakoor announced joining the PTI. Imran said that an all parties conference should be called over formation of a caretaker government, adding that the PPP and PML-N had united for their interests while people were suffering from hunger. The PTI chairman said that the Punjab government was responsible for killing of people from medicines at PIC and the CM should have resigned, as he was holding the health ministry along with 18 others.
He said that both the PPP and PML-N could not compete with the PTI in the next general elections, as the nation now wanted a change, adding that the PML-N got power five times in Punjab and two times in the Centre and all its tenures were the worst in the country’s history. Imran said that the next generation of ‘dynastic rulers’ had come into the field and there was no room for a common man in politics. The PTI chairman said that no one could stop the party now and if someone tried to sabotage the election process, a bloody revolution would start.