JARANWALA: PTI chief Imran Khan vowed to stand with Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on the Model Town issue, calling for Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s resignation, on Friday. Addressing a public rally in Jaranwala, the cricketer-turned-politician slammed Shehbaz Sharif and Law Minister Rana Sanaullah for being the driving force behind the Model Town massacre. “Shehbaz Sharif, you...JARANWALA: PTI chief Imran Khan vowed to stand with Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on the Model Town issue, calling for Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif's resignation, on Friday.Addressing a public rally in Jaranwala, the cricketer-turned-politician slammed Shehbaz Sharif and Law Minister Rana Sanaullah for being the driving force behind the Model Town massacre."Shehbaz Sharif, you have been evading justice till now through your dramas," he said. "Like every pharoah, your time will also come," he added.Imran flayed Rana Sanaullah as well, stating that the law minister looked like the quintessential villain from Punjabi movies."Rana Sanaullah even looks like a killer," said Imran Khan.Imran said that his party would hold Shehbaz Sharif accountable for the 14 killings that had taken place in Model Town. He said that Nawaz and Shehbaz would be sent to jail if PTI comes to power."Nawaz and Shehbaz always get away with their crimes by using their money," he said. "They also purchased judges in the past," he added.Imran said that he would stand with Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri till the end and stated that no man could tempt him with the offer of money.The PTI chairman lamented that Pakistan was considered as the most developed country in South Asia but it had fallen behind other countries in the present age due to corruption."Through expensive schemes such as the Orange Line project, the elite mint half the money as commission," he said. "If a project costs Rs 1 billion, they approve funds amounting to Rs 2 billion and keep half for themselves."Imran said that it was deliberate move on the part of the government to appoint persons such as Qamar Zaman, the Chairman of NAB, so that he could turn a blind eye to corruption.Imran criticised Donald Trump's move to declare Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and said that it was an unfortunate situation that when powerful countries bullied weaker ones, no other state came to their aid."Israel's crimes against humanity are unprecedented in history," he said. "If the going gets tough for us in the future, even the United Nations won't ever come to our aid."