Pak PM Imran Khan vows to go after 'thieves' who left country neck deep in debt

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has vowed to go after the "thieves"
who left the country badly in debt and set up a high-powered commission
to probe huge debts incurred during the last 10 years, as he defended
arrests of several key political figures in corruption cases.

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