Wazirabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan alleged that the security given to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief Nawaz Sharif is more than the one given to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth.
He said 1260 security officials are deployed to secure Sharif’s family members but PTI leadership does not have sufficient security.
During a media session in Wazirabad, Khan said that his party will never make alliance with any status-quo political party that has taken Pakistan to destructive end.
He said that Pakistan is daily losing up to Rs7 billion in corruption and the incumbent rulers are transferring nation’s money into their foreign accounts.
Khan said that with the help of the country’s youth he would beat the PML-N, adding that success in by-polls did not mean the party would perform the same in the upcoming general election.
He said that the rule of law should prevail in the country and his party fully supports the judiciary.
Commenting on the current political system, PTI chief said that the apparent failure of democracy did not mean that one started welcoming dictatorship.
He said that small groups could not stand the “tsunami” of PTI.