Speaking in a ceremony to mark the 100 days of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Punjab government, the premier said that there is a drama going on in the assembly where the opposition is accusing the government of political victimization.
“We haven’t made any case. The probe is going on the cases filed in the previous tenure,” he said. “I told the party leaders to issue Saad Rafique’s production orders, agree on Shehbaz Sharif as Public Accounts Chairman but don’t back down from accountability.”
The premier said that the national security will remain under threat until and unless action against corrupt element is not taken.
“Stiff action against corruption is important for our future generation. Opposition can’t tell us to back off from the accountability,” the prime minister said.
PM Imran said that he entered in the politics 22 years back to launch a movement against corruption, adding that there is a sad precedent in the country in which people come in government to make money and later use assembly as shield to protect it.