KP development ‘on ground’, not in advertisements: Imran | Pakistan
LAHOR: The head of the PTI, Imran Khan, responded to the criticism of political rival Nawaz Sharif, who said that the development in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was "on the ground", and not only in advertising.
in the ruling party, the head of the PTI said that unlike the Pakistan Muslim League – the campaign for the development of Nawaz, "only in advertising," the efforts of his party were visible in the CP – where the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf ( PTI) formed the government after being elected in 2013
Imran was engaged in a campaign for the membership of his party in the Tokar-Niaz-Beg district in Lahore.
. Having recruited the brothers Sharifov, Imran said that Nawaz and Shehbaz were not politicians, but "mafia", who used the police for 30 years.
"Chota [younger] Don is the biggest drama," Imran said. "Sometimes he wears hats, and in the rain, boots."
Continuing criticism of his political rivals, the head of PTI promised that he would return the funds of the Sharif family abroad to the country if his party forms a government in the federation in the upcoming elections.
"The country can never progress when its prime minister participates in money laundering," Imran said, adding that the green passport has no respect in the world.
"Your captain will come out with the wickets of all the corrupt leaders in the 2018 elections," Imran said to his party workers, adding that his team would defeat Nawaz, Shehbaz and Fazlur Rehman.
Imran also announced the creation of an anti-Pakistan People's Party (PPP) in Sindh, where the latter has an electoral stronghold.