Nawaz is gone, will not return now: Imran

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairperson Imran Khan remarked that former prime minister Nawaz has gone now and he won’t return, while addressing a rally in Taunsa on Saturday.
He remarked that “now it’s time for Shehbaz to go”, adding that the Hudaibiya mills case has just been opened.
Speaking about Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, he remarked that Abbasi still says that Nawaz is his leader. “How do you accept a criminal of the nation as your PM?”
This proves only two things; either your internal conflicts have ended or you are just as corrupt as them, Imran claimed.
Slamming the protocol received by Nawaz Sharif, Imran said “country’s biggest criminal is given a protocol of 40 cars.”
The PTI chief also reiterated his demand for snap elections. “Snap elections should be announced for the betterment of the country.”
He also shared his plans after coming into power. “We have to fight the curse of unemployment as it leads to proverty. We will fight poverty together.”
Imran said that he wants to uplift the farming and agricultural community. “About 70% of people in the country are employed in the agricultural sector.”
When we come into power, we will give seeds to all the farmers and help them out, he shared.
PTI chief also promised to improve the taxation system in the country.