PANU AQIL: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf’s (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said on Friday that his party needs public support rather than big names.
Addressing to a corner meeting in Panu Aqil, Khan lashed at Sindh government once again saying it crossed all the limits of corruption in the province.
He blamed that tickets for provincial assembly are sold in Sindh and every one comes in power to make money.
Imran stated that people of Sindh have faced huge losses due to corruption.
Imran Khan claimed that crime ratio in KP has dropped 70 percent and vowed to do same in Sindh.
He said PTI will de-politicise police and powers will be deployed to lower levels for people’s welfare.