NAWABSHAH: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said Pakistan Peoples Party Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari is Sindh’s ‘biggest disease’.
Imran was addressing a rally in Nawabshah — part of his party’s ongoing campaign for the upcoming general elections in the province.
He said that no example could be found across the country of the oppression faced by the people of Sindh. Imran compared the province’s situation with Balochistan, stating that the latter had better living conditions than Sindh.
The PTI chief alleged that the local leaders were habitual of using the police force against the common man.
“But the people of Sindh should not worry,” he said. “This dark night will end for a new era to dawn.”
He challenged the PPP co-chairman that he was going to contest elections from Zardari’s voter-stronghold. Taking a jibe at Zardari’s marriage into the Bhutto family, Imran said that the PPP leader was to the Bhutto family what Captain (retd) Safdar was to the Nawaz family. –Web Desk