ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan Thursday wrote an open letter, asking the masses to join him on August 14 aimed to celebrate the Independence Day and write a new history of Pakistan in such a way that future generation could feel pride over them.
"August 14, 1947 was the victorious day of your elders...14th August 2014 would be the victorious day for yours," said the text of the letters. The letter with the heading Azadi March, August 14 "We will not stop ---will not compromise," said that 14th August was the day when independence was snatched from Pakistanis. "Let us join me hand in hand to snatch independence from anti-masses and hypocrite rulers and prove that our elders did not accept the slavery of foreign rulers and our honour will not accept the slavery of local cruel rulers.
"Specific families cannot impose themselves on Pakistan and at every cost we will get independence from poverty, illiteracy, humiliation, trouble, deprivation and injustice," the letter further said. "There is no place in Pakistan of those rulers who are production of lies, cheating, corruption and hypocrisy," it added.