By Fawwad Afridi
PESHAWAR: PakistanTehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan yesterday has said that Punjab government only follows ‘metrocracy rule’.
Addressing a ceremony at Nashtar Hall, Directorate of Culture in Peshawar, Khan lashed out at Sharif brothers, saying that have failed to win hearts in Punjab despite ruling for 19 years. He claimed that many other Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders will also ask why they are disqualified.
Expressing grief on seven-year-old Zainab’s murder, Imran Khan said that 12 girls have been killed after being raped in last few months in Kasur, adding that various videos have also been surfaced but the local administration has failed to take any action.
Nation is lauding the performance of police officers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, he stated.
Shedding light on the issue of global warning in the country, PTI chief said that KP government has grown one million trees in parts of the province to prevent air pollution.
He also claimed that education system in KP is superlative as the students are getting trained in a better way.
Imran Khan further assured to promote tourism in the province by opening four new resorts every year.
He urged the government to provide employment to the youth so that they would be able to serve their country in future.