Corrupt rulers amended NAB law to go scot-free: Khattak.

MANSEHRA -- Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf provincial president Pervez Khattak on Thursday said leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, Pakistan Peoples Party and other parties of the federal government amended the National Accountability Bureau law to get off scot-free in over Rs1.1 trillion corruption cases.

He was addressing a party public meeting here along with former National Assembly speaker Asad Qaiser, former provincial governor Shah Farman, special assistants to the chief minister Babar Saleem Swati and Ahmad Hussain Shah, and local MNA Salah Mohammad Khan.

Mr Khattak said his party's ongoing protest march on Islamabad against the federal government would bring about a 'revolution' in country.

He said the people won't tolerate gun attacks on the PTI leaders and release of 'objectionable' videos against them.

The PTI leader said former prime minister would continue his fight against corrupt people, especially leaders of the current federal government.

Mr Qaiser said the party's 'long march' would succeed by forcing rulers to announce general elections before quitting.

Mr Farman said the federal government couldn't stop the PTI marchers by road blockades and torture.

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