Opposition wants from me to dissolve NAB: Imran Khan
HAFIZABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday said that the opposition parties wanted from him to dissolve the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) so that their stealing was protected.
“The justice system does not arrest the person who steals billions of rupees and flies abroad. There is a separate system of justice for those who steal a buffalo or motorcycle,” Imran Khan said while addressing a public gathering in Hafizabad after laying a foundation stone for a university and a hospital.
He said now the opposition parties’ competition was with Imran Khan, whom Allah (SWT) had taught how to do competition.
“No matter how many public gatherings you hold, I will not spare you until you returned the looted money,” he said.
He said looking at Nawaz Sharif back then when he was last in Pakistan, one thought God knows whether he would survive or not.
The prime minister said the NAB was not free in their tenure. Those who looted the country for 30 years had staged a circus, he added.
“Pakistan has been placed in grey list because of wrong policies of the previous governments,” he said.
He said they wanted our forces to coup. “Nawaz you have reached such a level that you speak India’s language against Pakistan,” he said.
The PM said that JUI-F chief Maulana Fazl ur Rehman spoke bad about him. He said he did not call for respect of our Prophet Muhammed (SAW) for votes at UN platform but it was part of his belief.
About elections, he said his party would ensure conducting of fair and transparent elections in Pakistan.