If we postpone the elections, the terrorists will win: Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD: Terrorists aim is to sabotage the elections, said PTI chief Imran Khan. He went on to say that if the elections are postponed, the terrorists will win.
He visited the Balochistan Awami Party office in Quetta on Sunday and spoke to the media afterwards.
Not implementing the National Action Plan has been detrimental to the country, he said, adding that all institutions should fight against terrorism
The country’s enemies are behind the attack in Mastung, said the PTI chief. Terrorism has negatively affected Pakistan a lot, he lamented, adding that this is one of the biggest attacks to happen since the Army Public School incident.
We have received messages saying that we should stop holding our rallies, he claimed.
Speaking about the water shortage in the country, Imran said that his party had said before that the water shortage would only worsen as time passed.
The water shortage will not be resolved by constructing the Kalabagh Dam, he warned.
Shehbaz Sharif is a rigging master, said Imran. He said that his party had held a 126 day rally against rigging in the country.
He said that those who rigged the 2013 elections are now creating a ruckus.
Today, Pakistan’s biggest problem is corruption, said the PTI chief. APP/AFP