Pakistan

FAISALABAD (Staff Report) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said that they will in streets against corruption despite other parties refuse to join them.

Addressing a public gathering here on Friday, Imran announced to take opposition parties on board to reach a logical conclusion of Panama leaks allegations against PM Nawaz family through a transparent investigation.

He said only four questions were asked to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif regarding the issue but instead of answering them, he has puzzled the whole matter. He said that the PM lied in the National Assembly (NA) about the property he owned overseas.

“We will go till the end to expose the corrupt, even if we have to walk alone or take it to the streets again,” PTI chairman said. He also announced to join farmers on May 23 in Lahore.

Khan also pledged that PTI would protect the rights of Christians and other minorities.

“I want to tell my Christian community that PTI government will bring a system to protect yours rights,” PTI chief said.