In Sukkur rally Imran turns guns on PPP

SUKKUR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan strongly criticized the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) for what he said that the party had neglected uplift of Sindh, particularly Sukkur. “The location was not much failing when I enter politics 21 years ago,” Khan said while address a rally in Sukkur. “Sindh’s principal issue is unemployment and large-scale corruption,” he said, adding that Sukkur, which holds a chief geostrategic position in the world, had been bowed into ruins marvelous to gross corruption and outrageous slackness. “Nawaz is silent regarding Trump’s announcement because his wealth is overseas,” he said. “I urge each and all one of you not to vote for someone whose possessions is not in Pakistan,” he added.  Repose confidence in the Pakistan Army, he said that the armed forces were expert of shielding the motherland. Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Shaikh Rasheed Ahmed, PTI leaders Shah, Liaquat Jatoi, and others were also present.

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