My fight is not against any individual but against corruption: Imran Khan
Prime Minister Imran Khan
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan said that he is not fighting against any individual and his fight is against corruption.
According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan was addressing the opening ceremony of the "House of Honor" at the Academy of Literature Pakistan.
Prime Minister said that he did not shake hands with the opposition leaders as shaking hands with them meant acknowledging his corruption.
The Prime Minister further said that if there is any allegation on any member of the Parliament in England, then is it possible for that person to enter the Parliament? There is no such concept in Pakistan, he added.
“Money doesn't work in Western parliaments like our Senate. The standard of their morality is very high. I fight against corruption. Our morale has dropped badly due to corruption. I have no personal enmity with anyone.”
The Prime Minister said that when the nation eliminates the distinction between good and evil, it's over. “When you don't call the bad ones bad and accept them, it means the fall has begun.”
Khan further said that the government has created Rehmatul-lil-Alameen (PBUH) authority “Our Prophet (PBUH) is a great role model to the world; we have to tell the children about the great leader of the world instead of telling them about Bill Gates.”
“Social media is a new thing which is an invasion. It is the great responsibility of the scholars to give the right path to the new generation. If the scholars forget the path then the society is harmed. We will fully support the scholars. Due to the diminishing importance of intellectuals, civilizations are declining. Scholars are very much needed in today's Pakistan. We need to better educate our children. Allah made human beings the noblest of creatures.”
He said that justice, rule of law, welfare of the people and special focus on acquiring knowledge were the basic principles of the state of Madina.
He said that in order to achieve real development and social welfare, it is essential to understand the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and implement them in practical life.
The Prime Minister emphasized the need to teach ethics in schools to build the character of Muslim youth in accordance with the principles and true teachings of Islam.