Imran Khan said that the political actors formed a consensus on the PCNS recommendations in order to cover up for each others’ corruption. -File Photo

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairperson Imran Khan on Saturday said that the Nato supply has already been resumed in the name of so called ‘national interest’, DawnNews reported.

The PTI chief added that, as a response, if there is any suicide attack in the country, the common people would have to bear the cost of it.

Addressing a meeting in Lahore, Khan said that the political actors have gathered on one platform and formed a consensus on the PCNS recommendations in order to cover up for each others’ corruption.

Khan’s remarks came after the parliament reached a consensus to no more let Pakistan serve as conduit of arms to Afghanistan, but gave a green signal for a resumption of non-lethal Nato supplies to the war-ravaged country.

Imran said the system of slavery is prevalent in the country and people are being economically prosecuted.

Politicians fear that if PTI comes to power then they will have to face accountability, Khan said.

“People want a change and only PTI can bring this change,” PTI chairman added.

“Around 80 percent of the people have joined PTI on the recommendation of their children,” Khan revealed.

“All the corrupt politicians have reached a ‘so-called consensus’ just to avoid the change but they will not be able to stop the ‘tsunami’ of the youth,” the PTI chairman asserted

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