Will take to the streets with masses to save democracy, judiciary: Imran


PESHAWAR: PTI chief Imran Khan said that he would take to the streets with the masses in order to save democracy and judiciary. 

Speaking to media personnel from Peshawar’s Ayub Stadium, the cricketer-turned-politician slammed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

“Nawaz Sharif is using the parliament to hide his own corruption,” he said.

Imran Khan also spoke about the upcoming senate elections and said that all MPAs of the party were with him.

“God willing, we hope to elect as many as six senators,” he said.

Imran Khan said that corruption was rife in the senate elections and stated that people were offering to buy votes for the senate elections.

“Received an offer worth Rs 40 crore in exchange for one senator,” he disclosed.

Imran Khan said that in order to save the country’s judiciary and democracy, he would mobilise masses and take to the streets with them.
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Story first published: 20th February 2018

Originally Posted on SamaaNews


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