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Friday Apr 26, 2013

Imran terms ‘system of oppression’ major problem

MULTAN: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman, Imran Khan on Friday criticized his political opponents and pledging greater reforms after being voted to power.

Addressing an election rally in Jalalpur Peerwal, Khan said that the PTI would eliminate politics of Thana (police station) as no MNA would be able to get an SHO of his own choice posted, adding that those who would lodge a fake FIR would be sent to jail.

“I come here to rid the people of politics of Patwaris, villagers will themselves decide who should be appointed as Thanaydar (SHO) in their area,” Khan said.

Taking a dig at Mian Nawaz Sharif, the PTI chief said Shahbaz Sharif responded to his challenge to Nawaz for debate.

He said that rulers plundered the nation over the last five years and the country’s major problem was the system of oppression.

Khan said that those robbers who had been elected to assemblies would be sent to jail.