Khan labels Nawaz as ‘most corrupt in Pakistan’


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has termed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to be the “most corrupt person of Pakistan”.

“Even Zardari is better than Nawaz in governance and controlling corruption in the country,” Khan said while addressing a PTI rally as part of the political campaign in district Okara, days ahead of the by-election in NA-144 on October 11.

The PTI chairman alleged Sharif of money laundering, tax evasion and corruption, demanding an investigation against the prime minister. The PTI chief said he came to change the existing system for which the youth of Pakistan would have to come forward against the corrupt political status quo.

He said Pakistan needed a transparent judicial system to provide justice on merit. “This will keep Pakistan alive and sovereign till the end of this world,” he said.

Speaking against the prime minister’s Kissan package, he said it was a ‘bluff’ with farmers.

“Out of total 14 points agenda, nine points were introduced in the last budget,” said the PTI chairman.

Taking on the criticism made by the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) that the PTI did not have the required experience to run the country, Khan said, “PML-N, their family and their corrupt party members have experience of mega corruption and how to become billionaires in days.”