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Narendra Modi not corrupt but fighting corruption: Imran Khan


TALAGANG, APR 02, (DNA) – Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan has said on Sunday that Narendra Modi, Indian premier is not corrupt but is fighting corruption in India.

Khan addressed a rally of PTI supporters in Talagang and lambasted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and leaders of the ruling party as well as those of Pakistan People’s Party for corruption.

During his address, Khan defended corruption accusations against Modi and said that he is fighting corruption.

He held corruption and money laundering as Pakistan’s biggest issues. Khan said that people should question the source of money that was used to purchase Surrey Palace.

Referring to A D Khawaja, Inspector General of Police in Sindh’s transfer, Khan said that the top officer is transferred for attempting to hinder wrong practices.

He said that Dr Asim Hussain is accused of pocketing Rs 460 billion in corruption while total development budget of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is Rs 113 billion.

Sharjeel Memon, accused of Rs 5 billion corruption was welcomed in Pakistan as if he was returning after winning a World Cup, Khan said.

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