Chairman, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan has pledged that after coming into power they will get the country rid of the slavery of United States and will not seek loans.
He expressed these views while addressing different public meetings in Malakand, Dir Lower and Dir Upper, said a press release issued on Monday.
The public meetings were attended by thousands of people. Besides, central, provincial leadership and candidates addressed the public meetings.
The PTI chief said that after coming into power they will take measures for the abolition of backwardness of Malakand and Dir and will bring it at par with other developed parts of the country. He said PTI is set to sweep polls, adding the people will celebrate independence on the evening of May 11, 2013.
He said that their all political rivals have joined hands, but still they will not block the victory of PTI.
Imran Khan reiterated his pledge that he will not betray the nation and will not make hollow slogans like Shahbaz Sharif and will always speak truth.
He said the manifesto of PTI is the same, which is the objective of Pakistan. He said they will show better performance than their predecessors.
He PTI is the first political party of Pakistan, which conducted intra-party polls, awarded 80 percent tickets on the recommendations of party organizations and fielded 35 percent youth in the elections.
He further said that after coming into power PTI will introduce uniform education system in which the children of rich and poor will have equal opportunities. He urged the people to vote PTI if they really want change.