PPP, PML-N struck deal to appoint NAB Chief: Imran Khan

RAWALPINDI: The PPP and PML-N have struck a deal to appoint new Chief of the NAB as both have decided of not apprehending anyone, said chief of the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Friday, media reports.

Imran Khan said while talking to media during a visit to his constituency in Rawalpindi on Friday that it has been decided, by the regime, that country’s looted money will not be brought back from abroad.

“Over 4000 billion’s corruption takes place annually in the country but this colossal graft and theft’s  burden is being shifted on the public,” added the PTI chairman.

“None can stop the country from moving ahead, if current system is streamlined,” claimed Imran Khan.

The PTI chief observed while commenting on public policies of the regime that economic assassination of common people is underway and the government is sucking blood of the poor but it cannot impose taxes on the affluent people.