Imran Khan says will not take oath from Zardari if PTI wins elections
Islamabad: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) chief has said he would never take oath from President Asif Ali Zardari if his party wins the next general elections.
Khan said the PTI has only those workers who are committed to the party`s ideology. Khan criticised the previous government, saying that the rulers have destroyed the country`s system, reports The Nation.
He further said that the PTI has carefully drafted its manifesto to build a new Pakistan. He said the PTI would not only resolve the issue of power loadshedding in the next five years, but will also reduce electricity charges.
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