Abdul Aleem Khan, the President of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, has expressed his views on the political landscape of Pakistan, asserting that while everything may exist in the country, honest leadership is lacking.
Addressing a party gathering in Kamonki, Abdul Aleem Khan questioned the achievements of veteran politicians who come seeking votes after forty years in politics. He highlighted the discrepancy between political promises and tangible results.
Khan recounted the past, stating that his party had joined an alliance that pledged to build a “Naya Pakistan.” However, he pointed out that this very party handed the reins of Punjab to an incompetent Chief Minister.
The PTI President went on to criticize the administration of Usman Buzdar, noting the separate rates for Deputy Commissioners and Commissioners in Lahore. According to Khan, Buzdar’s three-year tenure in Punjab resulted in the province facing numerous challenges.
He underscored the lack of integrity among leaders in Pakistan, stating that while the country possesses everything, honest leaders are missing. Khan specifically called out those who invoke the name of the State of Madina, asserting that their actions and conduct do not align with the principles of a righteous state.
Abdul Aleem Khan’s remarks shed light on the ongoing challenges within Pakistan’s political landscape, emphasizing the need for integrity and accountability among leaders. The criticism directed at past leaders and the current political administration reflects a broader sentiment within the PTI regarding the fulfillment of promises and the delivery of positive change in the country. As the President of the party, Khan’s statements also underscore the internal scrutiny and expectations within PTI as they navigate the complex political terrain of Pakistan.