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Nawaz thinks an elected PM is above the law: Imran

Khan criticizes Nawaz Sharif for his remarks Peshawar rally
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ISLAMABAD
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Monday hit back at Nawaz Sharif a day after the PML-N head and his daughter Maryam lashed out at the cricketer-turned-politician.
Nawaz, taking the stage at Peshawar, criticized the PTI’s governance of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), urging to the city’s people to elect his party with an overwhelming majority in the general election. He stated that this would allow the party to make “laws to stop disqualification of an elected prime minister in future.
In response to the Sharifs’ criticism, Khan clapped back on Twitter saying: “According to Nawaz Sharif’s notion of democracy, the elected prime minister can abuse all state institutions, storm [the] Supreme Court with his party hoodlums, give judges briefcases full of money — with no questions asked and no law applied because an elected prime minister is above the law of the land.”
“He can money launder, evade taxes, conceal assets, lie before parliament — all corruption is permissible because PM is elected!” Khan claimed.
Khan also denied Sharif’s claims of lack of development in KP, claiming that work on 350 micro-hydel stations has been completed in KP, whereas police, health and education reforms have also been undertaken.
He added that the PTI’s Billion Tree Tsunami programme – which has come under the microscope after allegations of mismanagement of funds – was audited by the World Wildlife Federation (WWF), whereas the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has also acknowledged its success.
“Such ignorance on part of Nawaz Sharif is shameful,” Khan concluded, responding to Sharif’s claims that billions of rupees had been misappropriated in the name of planting a billion trees.



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