‘I will introduce neutral umpires in EC’

Imran says Sharif family has 22 members in National Assembly

ABBOTTABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday vowed to start development projects in Abbottabad, including establishment of three degree colleges.

Addressing a public gathering here, Imran criticised the PML-N government for pushing the people into miserable situation. He said that the Sharif family has 22 of its members sitting in the National Assembly. He also criticised the ‘family politics’ of Sharifs, adding that it has ruined Pakistan.

“I introduced neutral umpires in cricket and will also do it in Pakistan elections for fair and transparent polls,” he said. The PTI chairman promised to make Pattan Kalan as a tehsil. He encouraged the children and women to be active and know about their lives, society and politics.

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