PTI chief Imran Khan urged on Monday the people of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) not to vote for the parties “who have already been tried and tested time and again” in the forthcoming general elections.
“When a country’s ruler and government are corrupt, it can never have a bright future. Corruption in Kashmir will end only after AJK PM is made accountable,” Imran said while addressing a public gathering in Bagh, AJK as part of an election campaign before July 21 polls in the valley.
Referring to the recent failed coup attempt in Turkey, the PTI leader said had Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif been in power in Ankara, the uprising would have succeeded.
Criticising the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), the PTI chief said NAB absolved the prime minister of corruption charges despite having Finance Minister Ishaq Dar’s testimony against the former.