Imran Khan terms Pak govt. 'coalition of the corrupt'
Lahore, Jan. 28 (ANI): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that the current setup in Pakistan is not a real democracy but a "coalition of the corrupt".
Khan said that the current government has only "looted" the citizens in the name of democracy.
Khan further said the leaders criticise the judiciary for harming democracy only when it investigates their corruption, reports The Express Tribune.
The PTI chief said democracy is the only way to prosper.
Speaking about the dynastic politics in the country, Imran said all political parties should hold intra-party elections to bring real leaders to the top. (ANI)
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