Imran rejects possibility of forming coalition government with competitors
ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan has rejected the possibility to making coalition government after the election and adding that PTI will prefer the opposition benches but will never form any coalition government with the rival parties.
This he said while talking to private news channel on Thursday night. The cricketer-turned politician said that usually the coalition government hampers the implementation of the manifestos of the parties.
Whenever you form a coalition government you have to look for your partner and in this case you would make some compromises on your goal and agenda, Imran said.
Regarding his plans after winning the election, Imran said that if one doesn’t choke corruption, one cannot save the country and adding that what’s the use of coming into power when one ends up in a position where one has to form a coalition with the likes of Asif Zardari?
Further, addressing the workers of NA-131, Khan said that constituency would witness quite the breakneck competition. Lahore, he noted, would be deciding for Punjab, and Punjab, in turn, would be the decision-maker for Pakistan.