FAISALABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan has rapped political leaders of the country, alleging they were flouting public mandate. I cannot make any alliance with (PML-N chief) Nawaz Sharif or (PPP Co-chairman) Asif Ali Zardari, he said while addressing a function at the District Bar Association here Monday. Earlier, he spoke to a big procession at Iqbal Park Dhobhi Ghat. He alleged that the PML-N and PPP parties deposited lots of money in foreign banks. President Zardari openly says he is leader of swindlers and no one can compete him, Imran said.Alleging politicians were living like prince, he raised question as to how they can talk about public betterment. He claimed that Zardari was a dacoit and Nawaz was a thief. The PML-Q and MQM are greedy for power while JUI-F issues remarks against the US for winning public support, the PTI chief said. Pakistan ranks 10th among failed states while the rulers are busy ruining its image, Imran said, adding that in the past, Arab students came to Pakistan for studies but they were afraid of visiting the country now. He said whenever MQM left the coalition, innocent people were killed in Karachi and later Rehman Malik visited the Sindhs capital on special plane and MQM returned while the blood of innocents went in vein. He said the PPP and PML-N would face public wrath in the next general election. The PML-N alleges me that I am a politician of ISI but Nawaz better knows who made IJI, Imran said, adding that if court preceded the case of Asghar Khan than entire nation would know who took plots in Lahore and distributed among MPAs. He said the country faced a loss of $70 billion in the so-called war against terrorism while it received only $20 billion aid. He demanded that the apex court should open the case of Asghar Khan to expose the politicians working on the payroll of agencies. He said no society could advance without justice and the people preferred justice to food, clothes and shelter. He said his party would establish an LHC branch in the district if it came to power.