ISLAMABAD  -

President Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Javed Hashmi announced on Tuesday that his party would try its best to solve the problems confronting the residents of federal capital if voted to power.

"I am well aware about the problems you people have been facing since long. Our party would solve your problems on war footing in case if you people give us mandate to form the government," Hashmi, who is contesting from NA-48, said while addressing rallies here on Tuesday.

He said the PTI would set up provincial government in the federal capital so that the long-awaiting critical problems and the prevailing disenchantment and disappointment among the dwellers could be resolved forthwith.

Addressing various public gatherings during his stormy visit of various places of the federal capital, Hashmi said that PTI believed in devolution of power to the grassroots level, therefore, the party would hold local body elections across the country within 90 days of assuming power so that the problems being faced by the masses could be resolved on a war-footing.

The PTI president said that his party would turn tables over its opponents in the forthcoming elections with massive public support and passion of the youth, as PTI Chairman Imran Khan was the only true leader who could bring about a real change in the country.

Hashmi said the winds of change had started blowing and change could not be stopped by any force, as the passion and spirit of audience in the PTI's jalsas were enough to believe that the poverty-stricken and inflation-ridden masses were sick of the old parties, who are playing a game of music chairs by ruling the country turn by turn, who had no concern with masses issues rather they were busy minting money to increase their banks balance.

Turning down the possibility of postponement of the forthcoming elections, the PTI stalwart categorically stated that it would be disastrous for the country and his party would not let anyone to do so, adding that the coming elections would change the fate of the nation, as the people were impatiently waiting for May 11.

"The voters of federal capital are well educated. They are well aware about my sacrifices for welfare of the people of Pakistan and the revival of democracy that is why I am confident that I will win from NA-48 with majority votes," Javed Hashmi vowed.