Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan hailed PM Modi over the difficulty of corruption whereas slamming Nawaz Sharif for holding properties value billions exterior Pakistan.
Imran Khan mentioned one can think about what number of belongings and properties former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif possesses overseas. (Photo: Reuters)
HIGHLIGHTSFormer Pakistan PM Imran Khan hailed PM ModiImran Khan was lashing out at Nawaz Sharif on corruptionHe mentioned nobody can think about what number of belongings Sharif owns overseas
Imran Khan, the previous prime minister of Pakistan, as soon as once more praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi whereas contrasting him with Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) chief Nawaz Sharif on the difficulty of corruption.
Khan was criticising former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, claiming that no different politician or chief on the planet owns properties value billions in overseas international locations.
Addressing a public gathering, Imran Khan mentioned, “If a country does not have rule of law, then it doesn’t get investments. Corruption takes place when there is no rule of law. Tell me one country whose leader has a billion worth of properties outside the country. Even in our neighbouring country, how many properties does PM Modi have outside India?”
“No one can imagine how many assets and properties Nawaz possesses abroad,” Imran Khan added.
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Khan, who was ousted from energy in April after dropping a no-confidence vote in his management, had earlier praised India for its unbiased overseas coverage and for purchasing discounted oil from Russia amid stress from the West.
“Despite being part of the Quad, India sustained pressure from the US and bought discounted Russian oil to provide relief to the masses. This is what our government was working to achieve with the help of an independent foreign policy,” he had mentioned in a tweet.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief had additionally claimed that no “superpower” can impose its will on India. Imran Khan’s reward comes at a time when the relations between New Delhi and Islamabad stay strained.
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