Imran vows to collect Rs800bn tax if elected to centre
BANNU: (DNA) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, vowing to collect Rs800 billion in taxes if elected into power in the 2018 elections, on Wednesday said the country was facing financial losses due to lack of national leadership.
Speaking to University of Science and Technology students in Bannu, he said his government would prioritise education that “turns countries into superpowers”.
Khan said competent leadership in the country would only emerge by providing quality higher education to the younger generation.
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