KARAK - Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has said that there will be a new Pakistan after three weeks and the corrupt rulers have no right to govern the country any more.
“President Asif Ali Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Asfandyar Wali Khan have ruled the country turn by turn and this is PTI’s turn, which will pull it out of all the prevailing crises,” he remarked, addressing a big public gathering in connection with his party’s election campaign on Sunday.
PTI chief Imran Khan resolved that his party, on coming to power, would disengage from the Nato war and break fetters of the US slavery.
He added peace would be returned to the conflict-ravaged Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He resolved that Pakhtuns would be given an opportunity to live with peace in their homeland as they had endured a lot of hardships. Khan further resolved that the problems with Afghanistan would be resolved through negotiations. He added the military would not be used against the citizens of the country. Peace was the first condition for investment in the country, he asserted.
He said, “Pakistanis had billions of dollars in foreign banks, but they do not invest in their country as they need peace. No investor will come to Pakistan if there is no peace in the country.” Khan asserted the nation had decided to bring change and vowed to bring the change at all costs to create a new Pakistan.
He said: “Nobody could ever purchase me and I will never allow anyone to sell Pakistan. Good days are coming and people of other countries will come to Pakistan for investment and jobs.” He asked the people to get rid of Zardari and Nawaz Sharif. He added PML-N and PPP had taken their turns to rule the country, adding Maulana Fazlur Rehman was also a partner with them. Khan said those responsible for this rotten system could not change it, adding the tax evaders could not lead the nation.
The PTI chairman claimed his party would come to power and end their turns with the support of the masses. He further claimed PTI was fighting for the rights of the poor and asked the people to stand by it. PTI candidate in NA-15 Nasir Khan Khattak, PK-40 Karak-I candidate Gul Sahib Khan and PK-41 Karak-11 candidate Saleem Khan also addressed the public gathering. Nasir Khan presented welcome address to the PTI chief.