Imran pledges to bring looted money back to country

Two ministers of PML-N, one ex-minister of PPP joins PTI

KARAK: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that his party, once came in power, would take money back from the looters and spend it on education.
Addressing the students of Khushal Khan Khattak University in Karak on Monday, he said leaders sent Pakistan’s money abroad through laundering and the country’s education sector remained neglected unfortunately.
He claimed that his party would come into power this year after winning the general elections and hold accountability of powerful elements doing corruption.
PTI chief said that no country in the world could make development without making progress in the field of education.
Khan maintained that success and failure was in one’s own hands.
Imran Khan also taunted Nawaz Sharif saying the disqualified premier did not ask as to why was he ousted after being dropped from the team.


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