Within hours of holding a mammoth rally in Lahore, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief (PTI) Imran Khan flew off to Beijing on the invitation from the Chinese Communist Party—a sign that he’s ‘arrived’. From there, he took time off to respond to Mariana Baabar.
How do you hope to bring a change when even larger parties find it a daunting task?
Larger parties are the problem since their leaders have undisclosed assets, properties and money stashed abroad. Collecting revenues, cutting expenditure and ending corruption are the means we will use for bringing a positive change and fixing the economy. Today, Pakistan has a deficit of Rs 1 trillion, and corruption and tax evasion has caused a loss of Rs 3 trillion. So, by ending the latter, the problem of deficit can be resolved easily.
What’s your secret weapon to attract people to the PTI?
Credibility and trust, especially on financial matters. I’m the only politician the...