PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Thursday said that once in power, he and his party would recover the country's ‘looted wealth’, DawnNews reported.
Speaking at a PTI meeting in Peshawar, Khan said the people should not vote for politicians whose assets and properties were outside Pakistan.
The PTI chief added that he would dissociate Pakistan from the 'war on terror'.
He invited Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif and leaders of other political parties to take the opportunists in the PTI to their own respective parties.
Khan said the PTI was an ideological party, adding that, in the war between ideology and money, ideology would win.
The PTI chief said the PTI would defeat so-called political heavyweights with the help of the youth, adding that, the PTI's tsunami would sweep away the corrupt system and would establish a system of justice in the country.
He further said that a PTI government would promote the local government system across the country, including in the tribal areas.