ISLAMABAD: After securing a vote of confidence from the Nationwide Meeting and thanking his allies and celebration for reposing their belief in him, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday lashed out at former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and former president Asif Zardari.
He blamed the Opposition leaders for the scenario Pakistan at present is in and stated they’ve been looting the nation for the final 30 years and destroyed the financial system.
PM Imran additionally repeated his criticism of the Election Fee of Pakistan for not introducing traceable ballots, which allowed “corrupt practices” within the Senate polls.
“I feel ashamed at what happened in the Senate polls, yet the Election Commission is saying that the polls were fair. If these were fair elections, I wonder how bad the bad elections are.”
‘Nawaz Sharif is a daku’
The prime minister then turned his weapons on Opposition leaders.
“Asif Zardari is highly effective as a result of he bribes individuals,” he began.
Criticising the PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, the premier stated Nawaz ran away from the nation after mendacity about his well being.
“We were told that Nawaz Sharif was seriously ill and may die if he was not allowed to go abroad, but now we see him making speeches from London.”
He stated that Nawaz Sharif is scheming from London and making offers.
Repeating allegations in regards to the two leaders’ ill-gotten wealth, the premier stated: “They are extremely rich; they are so rich they don’t even know where their money is and how much of it is there.”
On PPP chief Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, the PM recalled that Gilani had refused to put in writing a letter to the Swiss authorities that would have introduced again cash looted from Pakistan, but “he his roaming around like Nelson Mandela.”
“Mr Speaker, just check the assets of Gilani before and after his premiership. He is the most corrupt prime minister of Pakistan,” he alleged.
The premier additionally stated that the Opposition tried to blackmail the federal government on FATF laws regardless of realizing that the nation could also be blacklisted if it didn’t take applicable measures in time.
The prime minister stated the federal government is conscious of the scenario confronted by the individuals as a consequence of inflation and that they’re working extraordinarily exhausting to beat the issue.
Digital voting machines
The premier stated the federal government has determined to introduce electoral reforms to make sure full transparency in elections.
“Electronic voting machines will be introduced so that nobody can raise fingers on the credibility of the elections and the results will be acceptable to all,” he added.
He stated it was additionally the federal government’s intention that abroad Pakistanis get their proper to vote.
Turning once more to the Election Fee of Pakistan, the PM stated its officers should request a secret briefing from safety companies relating to how a lot cash has been used to buy votes.
He clarified that his considerations on the Senate elections weren’t geared toward removing the independence of the Election Fee of Pakistan, however on making certain due course of.