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PTI chief Imran Khan.— File photo

KARAK: Addresing a rally in Karak, Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf chief Imran Khan said on Sunday that Pakistani Armed forces and  people of Pakistan would not be allowed to fight the American war.

Khan said that the Afghanistan issue would be resolved through negotiations and peaceful talks in order to save our own people and Armed forces from dying in the American war.

The PTI chief further said that corruption would be rooted out and those who had plundered the nation would be held accountable once his party is elected into power and that Pakistan would not be allowed to become 'fuel' to the American war.

Imran Khan departed from Karak to Dera Ismail Khan to attend another rally scheduled in the city.

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