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Ali Amin asks people to smash the head of a person seeking bribe

He urged that people should have some and punish the people taking bribes on the spot. CM KPK Gandapur has pledged to run a transparent and corruption-free system in his provinces.

Chief Minister KPK Ali Amin Gandapur advises people to smash the head with a brick if someone asks for a bribe and calls them openly to take the name of such people.

During his visit to Syed Aliyan village in Dera Ismail Khan, the Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) emphasized that individuals involved in bribery, whether giving or taking, will face consequences and urged the residents not to approach him with complaints regarding bribery requests.

“Hit the person asking for bribes with a brick on their head and tell his children that you saved his father from going to hell,” said CM Gandapur.

He urged that people should have some and punish the people taking bribes on the spot. CM KPK Gandapur has pledged to run a transparent and corruption-free system in his provinces.

Ali Amin Gandapur has been elected as the 19th Chief Minister of the province following the conclusion of the 8th February elections.

Gandapur, who recently ascended to the position of Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), articulated his demands during a speech to fellow lawmakers, pledging to fulfill the expectations set forth by the PTI’s founder.

Read more: Ali Amin Gandapur becomes CM of KPK

In a passionate address, Gandapur decried the perceived injustices suffered by PTI leaders, likening their plight to suppression under fascist regimes. He passionately asserted the need for genuine freedom, citing the prolonged struggle of his party’s leader, Imran Khan, and urging for Khan’s release from incarceration, advocating for a fair trial. Gandapur emphasized the PTI’s stance on seeking systemic reforms rather than retribution, stressing the imperative of a transparent and equitable governance framework in the country.

Highlighting grievances regarding electoral malpractice and the suppression of dissent, Gandapur lamented the loss of the PTI’s election symbol and restrictions on advocating for the rights of the Kashmiri people. Asserting their entitlement to justice and representation, he called upon the state to redress these grievances promptly.