Just days before the final elections, pakistan Tehreek–e-Insaf chief Imran Khan vowed to create a ‘new Pakistan’wherever there would be no area for corruption, oppression, nepotism, and misuse of power and public cash.
Khan made six commitments in a bid to become the next prime minister in the May 11 elections.
He promised to always be honest and truthful, wage ‘jihad’ against injustice and tyranny and side with the oppressed if he came to power, reported the Daily Times.
Khan further pledged he would establish supremacy of the law; never leave Pakistan and keep his all assets in the country.
He would not indulge in nepotism and misuse of power and protect the taxpayers’ money, he added.