SWAT - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI)Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday vowed to establish peace in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the tribal region, besides introducing reforms in the education, health and police system.

Addressing an impressive rally in Swat, Imran Khan said that he had made all his dreams come true and that his next dream is to get Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf  a sweeping win the upcoming elections, which would also be fulfilled soon.

Imran told an enthusiastic crowd at Grassy Ground that after Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf  comes to power, he would reintroduce pre-1974 justice system in Swat and restore peace in KP and Fata through talks by empowering the tribesmen in the real sense, a thing which the outgoing rulers failed to do.

The PTI chief said that people were worried that tickets were not being awarded on merit. “One thing that could lead to a defeat of thePakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf would be awarding party tickets to wrong people.  We will give tickets on merit,” he assured the crowd.

He said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf  was the first democratic party in the country. “There are no other democratic political parties in Pakistan because they function under family dynasties. Members will elect Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf  leaders. Youth will be encouraged and new leadership will be introduced. Twenty-five percent tickets will be awarded to candidates under the age of 35 years,” Imran Khan pledged.

Commenting on the education system, Khan said a uniform curriculum would be designed for both the rich and poor in the country and Rs2,500 billion would be spent on the education sector.

Imran said he set up NUML university which, he claimed, was the first institution established in a village where 90 percent students are being imparted free education and awarded a Bradford University degree.

I know how to improve the health system as I set up the best hospital in the country. Now a cancer hospital is also being built in Peshawar,” he continued.

Imran Khan said that he fulfilled all the dreams he saw and now he dreamt about the PTI’s clean sweep in the forthcoming elections. Imran Khan said that people of Swat rendered sacrifices but peace could not be established.

He vowed to reintroduce pre-1974 justice system in Swat. “There will be peace in KP and Fata after Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf  comes to power. I asked rulers not to fight the US led war but they called me Taliban Khan,” he said. He said they called him a terrorist and Taliban Khan because he used to say there was no military solution to the issue.  “I always favoured a political solution. Now those who labelled me as a terrorist are themselves calling for peace talks,” Khan remarked amid slogans from the participating supporters.

But they will not succeed, Imran claimed, adding: “InshaAllaah I will show you how peace could be restored through involving tribesman. Tribesmen fought for Pakistan in 1948 and 1965 and rendered sacrifices.

I will tell them to hold talks with militants in their areas. We have chalked out a comprehensive programme for this purpose”.