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Real leader takes U-turns, says Imran Khan

To buttress his point, the 66-year-old cricketer-turned-politician also referred to Adolf Hitler and Napoleon Bonaparte, Geo News reported.
Khan also attacked former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, saying what he told an accountability court on Friday was not a U-turn but a “lie”
Khan also attacked former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, saying what he told an accountability court on Friday was not a U-turn but a “lie”
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PTI   |   Islamabad   |   Published 16.11.18, 08:05 PM

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said a leader who does not take timely “U-turns” is not a “real leader”.

During an interaction with journalists at the PM House, Khan cited an example from his cricket days when he led Pakistan’s national team said, “We used to make a strategy and then step out into the field but if the opponent team formed a strategy against ours then we would have to change it.”

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To buttress his point, the 66-year-old cricketer-turned-politician also referred to Adolf Hitler and Napoleon Bonaparte, Geo News reported.

“Hitler and Napoleon suffered huge defeats and caused losses as they did not take U-turns,” it quoted Khan as saying. “If you are walking and there is a wall in front of you, then you will have to change and find another way,” the Geo News journalist quoted Imran as explaining.

“A leader who does not take U-turns as per the requirements of the situation is not a real leader,” The News quoted Khan as saying.

Khan also attacked former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, saying what he told an accountability court on Friday was not a U-turn but a “lie”.

“What Nawaz Sharif did in court was not a U-turn but a lie,” Khan said, apparently referring to the Pakistan Muslim League supremo telling the court that he had never had any transaction with Qatari Prince Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani. PTI 



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