Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan criticized the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz-led (PML-N) coalition government, saying he would “rather die than serve these thieves”.
On Thursday, while talking to students at the University of Sargodha during a ceremony, he said he will reveal the date of his planned long march in the coming days.
He criticized the fact that small offenders in Pakistan were sent to prison while those who committed significant offences were awarded NROs (deals).
He said, “I have travelled the world. Rule of law exists in affluent nations, whereas there is no such thing as law in poor countries.”
He criticized the leaders of the PML-N and Pakistan People’s Party, claiming that Ishaq Dar had admitted to sending the “Sharif family’s fund abroad yet was still appointed finance minister”.
Imran said PML-N leader Rana Sanaullah had killed 18 people and that PPP Co-Chairman Asif Zardari was labelled “Mr. 10%”.
He urged the “neutrals”, a term he frequently uses to refer to the country’s establishment, to support the good and oppose the evil rather than continuing to be “neutral”.
The PTI chairman stated that he would reveal the date of his planned march on the federal capital in the coming days.
Imran questioned the governor of Punjab, “Who gave you the authority to prevent political leaders from giving talks at the university?”
The PTI chairman mentioned Oxford University and how their students hear from both local and international leaders.