Will put institutions on right track after gaining power: Imran


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said on Tuesday that his party will bring the country’s institutions on the right path after winning the next parliamentary elections.

The PTI chief said during a ceremony at Malakand University: “We will first convert the NAB (National Accountability Bureau) and the Federal Revenue Board (FBR).”

He added that the supremacy of the right institutions strengthen.

He reiterated his earlier allegations and said that Shehbaz Sharif had offered me Rs 10 billion to stay mom because of the Panama leaks. “They have such a low price for me,” he remarked.

Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif has filed a slander message on Imran against the accusations of Rs 10 billion, which is currently being heard in court.

He replied to the trials against him and said, “The bigger a leader, the more enemies he will have,” said Imran.

Pakistan’s Election Commission and the Anti-Terrorist Court have issued arrest warrants against me. In addition, political leaders such as Shehbaz Sharif, Ishaq Dars son, Najam Sethi, Asif Ali Zardari and Faryal Talpur have filed cases of billions of rupees against me, he claimed.

It is unbelieving that Zardari filed a case against me because I am corrupt, said Imran.

He stressed the need for merit in society and said: “Good governance can be measured at their merit system.” When government and merit collaps, it also does a nation.

“A nation is not destroyed by an atomic bomb, but when its institutions fail.”

The Western countries have made more progress because they have implemented democracy. But Pakistan could not advance because of “badshaahat” (rule of the king), he claimed.

Imran said the example of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police and said that people fear the police in Sindh and Punjab, but the crime rate fell by 70 percent.

“AD Khawaja said that Sindh needs a police similar to that of KP,” said the PTI chief.

Imran said that the police in KP became better when the IG was appointed on the basis of merits.

Earlier in the day, the Pakistan Election Commission (ECP) sent the non-terminable arrest warrant for Imran Khan to SSP operations.

The arrest warrant directs SSP operations to Islamabad to arrest Imran Khan and introduce him to the Commission on October 26th at 10am. The arrest warrant, which lists Khan Bani Gala and the PTI Central Office, states that the PTI chairman is being prosecuted for the failure of the Pakistan Election Commission under Section 103-A of the 1976 Representation of the People Act.

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