Imran Khan says ‘hidden hands’ protect Pakistan’s corrupt during his govt
Addressing the participants of Long March, PTI Chairman Imran Khan has said that during his tenure, he tried his best to prosecute the ‘thieves’ who had looted the country, but some ‘hidden hands’ protected them.
PTI Chairman said that Pakistan cannot progress until the powerful are brought under the law. He added that an officer who was investigating the corruption case of Rana Sanaullah committed suicide.
Khan revealed that that during his government, he tried his best to punish the ‘thieves’ who looted the country for 30 years, but some ‘hidden hands’ were protecting them.
He said that, “we could not do anything because NAB was in my hands,” further adding that, “those who were controlling NAB saved the thieves who were imposed on us today.”
Imran Khan said that during his tenure the prices of electricity, diesel and other goods were low, but since the thieves have been imposed to the nation, the prices have skyrocketed.
“Everyone should ask that what happened in 6 months that the prices of all things went up,” he urged to nation.
Imran Khan furthered that he will go ahead to ask the question that who gave NRO to these thieves and how Sharif family acquitted in their corruption cases.
“They [PDM government] have amended laws that only brought small thieves under the law and the big thieves will be pardoned for their theft,” Imran Khan said.
Imran Khan once again lambasted state institutions saying, “Yesterday they used to say they are thieves, today they say NRO has been given and they are clean.”