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Will put ‘every corrupt’ behind bars, vows PM Imran

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan has on Wednesday announced to launch ‘anti-poverty programme’ in the ongoing week.


He was addressing ceremony in Kuala Lumpur.


On ongoing anti-corruption drive, the premier vowed to bring ‘every culprit’ to justice. He said, “This will be the first government which will not award National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) to anyone. They [read opposition] know that they would be put behind bars.”


“We [govt] have yet to lodge cases but they [opposition] are frightened beforehand. Till I remain in power, the danger for opposition would continue to soar”, warned the PM.


“Minute details pertaining to money laundered abroad have started to emerge. Opposition desires premature end of government”, stated Khan.


Khan added that Pakistan would soon lend money to the poor countries while vowing to craft legislation to curb the menace of money laundering. The premier also renewed commitment to address flaws in the governance.

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