‘Bad governance’ a threat to democracy: Imran

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that democracy is under threat due to  ‘bad governance’ in the country as the entire country is asking the government to improve governance.
He was talking to newsmen after visiting Bomb Disposal Squad Unit here on Wednesday. IGP Nasir Durrani and other officials briefed the PTI chief about law and order situation in the province and performance of the police department. 
The PTI chief was informed that the crimes and terror incidents have decreased in Khyber Pakhtukhwa. He was also briefed about the new initiatives of the KP police including specialized schools for police.
Accompanied by chief minister Pervez Khattak, the PTI chief also visited the model police station in Peshawar and Police school of information and technology.   
He said that people of Karachi were happy with the military as crime rate in the city had significantly decreased following the launch of operation against criminals.
Highlighting the achievements of Khyber Pakhtunkwa police in coping the menace of terrorism in the province, the PTI chief said crime rate in the province had reduced by 60 percent.
He said Peshawar Corps Commander also lauded the efforts of KP police in countering terrorism.
Imran said the police cannot be successful until the local population has confidence on the law enforcement agencies.
The PTI chairman claimed no case was registered against any person on the basis of political affiliations in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. “Police registered cases against our each candidate in Sindh,” he lamented. 
 

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