Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said that he is “the only Pakistani politician who was not nurtured at the General Headquarters”.
The premier, during an interview with Bol News, said that even PPP’s founder and former prime minister, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, was a part of a military dictator’s cabinet for eight years before coming into power.
PM Imran, speaking about the country’s political system, said that family politics prevails in Pakistan — every party leader’s child takes over the reins after their parents.
“However, now, they will not come into power,” the prime minister said confidently.
Replying to a question, the Prime Minister said the only issue of the PDM leadership is to avoid accountability through an NRO, which he would never give.
He said the country cannot achieve progress and prosperity until the leaders are made accountable under the rule of law.
Imran Khan said contrary to the bloody revolution which is quick, he is pursuing the slow-process revolution, which come through ballot.