LAHORE (Online) – Chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Tuesday has alleged Sindh government of not extending Rangers’ power in Karachi to save its corruption.
While talking to media at the residence of Jahangir Tareen in Lodhran, Imran Khan applauded Rangers’ effort in combating criminal elements and said that Rangers have maintained law and order situation in the metropolis.
He said that Sindh government is afraid of Rangers as they can eliminate the cancer of corruption from Karachi.
PTI chief said that peace in the country can only be attained by stabilizing trade sector for which a well-developed foreign policy is required.
Responding to a question, Imran Khan reiterated that Pakistan would not compromise on Kashmir issue and said that Indo-Pak cricket series would definitely reduce tension between the both countries.
I have met Prime Minister (PM) Modi on the invitation of Indian Embassy, he added.
Khan further said that Ayaz Sadiq’s anti-Election Commission’s statements have ensured PTI’s victory in the upcoming by-election of NA-154.