Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Sunday urged the government to improve its good-governance, saying that economic stability was not possible without it.
While speaking to a dinner-reception, the cricketer-turned-politicians made it clear that his party would not join hands with any of the party that are part of the present coalition government, adding that even all parties jointly cannot stop them from getting into power.
He stated that the triumph of his party in the upcoming elections was need of the hour and people will start observing real impact ahead of the polls.
He severely criticized the election of Raja Pervez Ashraf as premier of the country, saying it seems the National Assembly was an auction house where a person was elected to the position of the leader of the house despite all the allegations of corruption.
The former skipper stated, “The conspiracy against the Chief Justice has become known but still no party, except his PTI, has enough courage to criticize Malik Riaz Hussain. These parties cannot dare to issue a statement against Malik because their leaders are business partners of the real estate tycoon”.
Explaining his future strategy, he said that his party will abolish the discretionary funds of the parliamentarians, the Members of National Assembly (MNAs) and Senators. He also informed that his cabinet will not be more than 20 ministers if the PTI comes into power.
Imran Khan continued that high level complain will also be established in the prime minister’s sectarian which will work round the clock to handle the complaint of businessmen and investors.
“Pakistan has suffered a loss of 50b dollars by fighting the American war and if I came into power, the very first day I will disassociate the country from it”, he added.
The former cricketer assured that he will stabilize the economy through good governance and enhanced law and order situation.
Replying to query, he clarified that he will not issue ticket to anyone if the PTI didn’t find an honest candidate from any constituency.
Commenting on deteriorating law and order situation in Karachi, he said that peace cannot be established through use of paramilitary forces. In his view, the only salutation to improve the situation will be depoliticization of police and law enforcement agencies.