PTI chief Imran Khan also said that his party will not take aid from any country if it comes to power. — File photo

SWABI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Friday vowed that if his party comes to power it would “free the nation from American slavery and US drones would be shot down.”

Addressing huge public rally in Swabi, he said those in power should be embarrassed about the ongoing drone attacks that violate Pakistan's sovereignty and kill innocent people.

“PTI will not let the US attack Pakistan via drone strikes and will shoot their drones down.”

Imran Khan also declared that "We wont beg, we wont take loans and will generate our own funds."

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