SIALKOT-PTI Central Punjab President Abdul Aleem Khan has said that the PTI has been battling for establishing corruption-free Pakistan under the leadership of PTI Chairman Imran Khan.

He said that PTI's battle had now reached its final round against the corrupt rulers who had plundered the national exchequer with both hands. He stated this while talking to a PTI's Sialkot-based leaders who called on him at his office. PTI Central leaders Umer Dar and Usman Dar led the delegation.

Abdul Aleem added that disqualified Nawaz Sharif had always been in the forefront of the people who derailed democracy in the county.

He said that in the prevailing political scenario, the PTI was taking its nation-wide movement against the massive corruption of the incumbent rulers, to its logical end. It would be the end of the political monarchy of the Sharifs and their families, he said.

He said that the PTI would win the 2018 general elections with the heavy mandate in 2018 general elections, adding that now the politically mature people will bring PTI to power.

Umer Dar and Usman Dar said that next turn to rule the country was of the PTI. They added that now only the PTI had the full capability to oust the corrupt rulers from the power and purge the country of corruption and corrupt rulers.

Murder convict gets death penalty

Additional District and Sessions Judge Ishaq Hashir has awarded death sentence for two counts with a fine of Rs.0.5 million to a double murder convict.

Shamas Din, a resident of village Tol-Pasrur, had shot dead Khawaja Zahid Butt and Nayyar Bibi over an old enmity near Agwala-Zafarwal in 2014. The ADSJ also acquitted two accused Shehzad alias Shehbaz and Qasim by giving them the benefit of doubt in the murder case.

Meanwhile, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested a Rawalpindi-based alleged killer Anwar, foiling his bid to escape abroad from Sialkot International Airport.

The FIA officials said that accused had killed Zulfiqar Ali in Rawalpindi the other day and he was escaping abroad. FIA has sent the accused behind bars.