Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan has said that after winning the upcoming general election, his party would strengthen the national institutions and ensure good governance which would bring foreign investment in the country.

Talking to a private news channel on Tuesday, the PTI supremo expressed that the provision of basic necessities to the masses would bring prosperity and welfare in the country.

He claimed to form the government in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces, saying the popularity of PTI was increasing with every passing day while PML-N’s graph was decreasing rapidly.

Imran Khan said PTI was only political party which is fully ready for the elections on its stipulated and scheduled time. He said his party will never make an alliance with Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) for making a government after winning the upcoming general election, ratherit would prefer to sit in opposition benches rather forming alliance.

He said that country’s loans soared to the level of 27000 billion from 6000 billion, which was negatively impacting the national economy.

If PTI forms a government then Asad Umar would be appointed as Foreign Minister of the country, he said and added that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would be completed as well.

The cricketer-turned-politician observed that corruption was now the main issue of Pakistan but in the past, surveys had reported about unemployment and inflation in the country as well.

Lashing out at Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, he alleged that the party did nothing in its 10 years’ rule in Punjab for the welfare of the masses as it had only focused on the construction of roads, motorways and bridges.

PTI government would execute cleanliness water projects, overcome inflation and to provide jobs
to the youth, he claimed.
Commenting on Zulfi Bukhari’s blacklisting saga, he said that Bukhari was his friend and cricket fan, who was holding British nationality and he did not make any call to Caretaker Interior Minister Azam Khan.