"I think we all support the cause. I think there should be no corruption in the country. I think this whole aspect is becoming so large and so big and there are so many aspects of it that we need to look at it seriously, quietly, step-backedly. We just can't keep saying we support anti-corruption," said Khan, who was here to inaugurate a hotel complex.
Khan, 45, said a legislation to curb corruption should be implemented after holding discussions with all concerned.
"All of us want to support anti-corruption. Its the worst kind of stigma that one can have for the country. But this wonderful cause has so many aspects too it....I think as an intelligent section of the society, we have to think about the implementation of it. What are the constitutional aspects of it. What are the parliamentarian process of the same. What is the practicality of the same, how is it going to happen," he added.
"Unless we do that, we just keep talking about it, we just keep doing agitations. We should think how to take the best out of it so that it does not die out. Thats the second step," he said.