Hyderabad, June 24 (ANI): Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan has said the next general elections could be held in winter, and claimed that his party would sweep the polls.
I can't give a date though, but the winter is going to be the time for elections, The Express Tribune quoted Khan, as saying.
The incumbent government's term in office will end in March 2013, after which the polls will be announced. However, Khan's prediction forecasts an early ouster of the government. He also claimed that after winning the polls he would wipe out corruption within 90 days.
Reiterating his criticism over the election of Raja Pervez Ashraf as the new prime minister, he said President Asif Ali Zardari wanted a servant for himself and not a PM for the people. He alleged that Zardari and the allied political parties are amassing wealth by corrupt means to buy the elections.
Free and fair elections are not possible under Zardari, Khan said. (ANI)