Hyderabad: (Staff Report) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday said corrupt leaders like Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif wouldn’t have been exonerated if the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) was powerful. He termed termed Pakistan People’s Party co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari as the ‘biggest disease’ in Sindh, and vowed to rid him from the province.
“After Nawaz, we are coming after Zardari next,” Imran said, as he lashed out at the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) co-chairman and former president at a rally in Hyderabad. “Zardari must be sent to jail for corruption.”
He said that he has been coming to Sindh regularly, and the situation has worsened. “Nowhere have I seen more filth than on my way here,” he said adding that situation will not improve until people do not strive for it.
“I want to promise the people of Sindh. Asif Zardari is the biggest disease in Sindh,” he said in public gathering in Hyderabad asking people for support to rid his corruption.
“Did Bilawal ask his father where this money came from? Did he ask his aunt why each job in Sindh is sold?” Imran said, adding that deep-rooted corruption in the Sindh government has hindered the progress in the province.
He said Zardari is the main reason for the destruction of Sindh, who made a pact with Nawaz Sharif in the name of Charter of Democracy and bought the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
“Zardari and Nawaz could not make money, had they not damaged the institutions,” he said, adding that the country was left behind in the Sub-continent because of this “secret agreement”.
“Today, even India has gone ahead, while these two families and their children have become the richest people,” Imran added.