Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan , on Wednesday, criticized Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) for it's poor performance specially during the last five years. 

Imran Khan is in Karachi on a two-day visit as part of his election campaign. He addressed a gathering of business community and linked Karachi's progress with country's overall progress. 

Meanwhile, PTI Chairman highlighted his party's plans for the development of the metropolis.  

He remarked, "Pakistan cannot progress if its biggest city Karachi isn’t managed well."

Imran Khan vowed to strengthen the local government system, if came into power, and would address city's growing water crisis by building desalination plants and power projects.  

He further said, "Pakistan is lagging behind in the world, even in the subcontinent which is [one of the poorest] regions."

He added, "The nation is in debt like it has never been before, the rupee is sliding [against the dollar]. People want change. People of Sindh are ready for change."

He will also unveil PTI’s first-ever national housing scheme for the public. 

Imran is scheduled to tour different areas of the metropolis today as part of his ongoing campaign for the upcoming general election.