Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has called Nawaz Sharif the most corrupt person in Pakistan, Waqt News reported. He was talking to press here in Lahore

“Nawaz Sharif is the third richest person in Pakistan, and yet is not even among the top 10,000 tax payers,” Khan claimed

While criticizing the ruling party he mentioned that during the 2013 election campaign ‘Roshan Pakistan’ was the slogan of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), but the party never lived up to it.

“Shahbaz Sharif claimed to end load shedding in six months. Then Nawaz Sharif extended it to 2017. And now NEPRA has told us that power shortage cannot be overcome before 2020,” he said.

While discussing the corruption allegations against the current government, PTI chief pointed out that Auditor General’s report revealed Rs. 980 billion worth of  “irregularities” by ruling party in WAPDA.

Khan also talked about the National Electric Power Regulating Authority (NEPRA) report, which stated that people were 70% overcharged and that the consumers' burden was worth Rs. 20 billion.

PTI chief further discussed the Nandi Pur Power project and asked how its budget was inflated to Rs. 84 billion from Rs. 22 billion and demanded why it was closed after five months of its inauguration.

“Asian Development Bank should investigate this project just like the rental power project,’ he demanded.

While discussing about the Neelum Jehlum Project he again criticized the government by saying that Rs. 50 billion needed to be kept for the project but only Rs. 10 billion were reserved by the government.

“Rs. 50 billion will be increased for the project after every single year delay,” he said.

He mentioned that the prices of electricity were doubled right at the start of PML-N government in 2013.

“The electric circular debt of government has reached Rs. 600 billion,” he claimed.

The Projects of Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) and Danish School System were also criticized by the PTI chief. He also mentioned that the LNG project was being hidden from the public. He said that 35% public schools are without toilets and 38% are without clean water.

“21,000 public schools could have been renovated in the cost of 7 Danish schools,” he stated.

He also criticized the government for their performance regarding Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and Steel Mills.

“PIA has faced Rs. 400 million loss because of the strike, while the steel mill is on the verge of closing,” he said.