TANDO MOHAMMAD KHAN: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said on Friday that the National Accountability Bureau saved the Sharif family in the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case as it dismissed the plea.
The PTI chairman was addressing a party rally here, hours after the Supreme Court gave its judgment in the disqualification case- clearing the PTI chief’s name, however, disqualifying PTI General Secretary Jahangir Tareen for life.
While criticizing the NAB, Imran said that the entire nation has its sight set upon the institution whether it catches the big fish or not.
“It was good that Shehbaz Sharif wasn’t disqualified,” said Imran mocking that the Chief Minister Punjab ‘wouldn’t have been able to play with a weak team’.
Imran said that the police is the best in KP compared to other provinces as it does not function under political influence.
“Sadly have to announce that Sindh and Balochistan lag far behind from KP and Punjab,” said Imran.
Imran said that when his government will be formed in Sindh then the system of education will be improved.
Earlier, party sources informed that more than 15,000 chairs were set up at the Sohri sugar mills ground for the rally.
Imran is presently on a four-day visit to Karachi. The party has been holding a string of public rallies in Punjab and Sindh since the past few months. –Web Desk