LAHORE - Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf leaders have claimed that Imran Khan is the only panacea to the problems of Pakistan, as PTI chief will bring a positive change in the country by providing upright alternate leadership in the next polls. PTI General Secretary Punjab chapter Dr Yasmin Rashid, Provincial Secretary Information Andleeb Abbas, Central Secretary Information Umer Sarfaraz Cheema expressed these views at an Iftar dinner. Dr Yasmin hosted the dinner in honour of the newsmen on Monday. They further claimed that Imran Khans principled stand on the national issues and solution to the problems faced by the masses was not attracting new voters towards the PTI but the voters and supporters of mainstream political parties. PTI leaders maintained that they would 'clean bold the so-called political pillars in the next elections and bring a true peoples government, which transforms the country into a real welfare Islamic state. They also maintained that major political figures of the country were in contact with PTIs leadership and the self-claimed popular political forces would be given surprises before the next polls. Meanwhile, PTI president City chapter, Mian Mehmood-ur-Rasheed, Mian Hamid Miraj, Asghar Awan, Ishtiaq Malik along with dozens of party activists staged a protest demonstration against the increase in the prices of the gas in front of partys central secretariat. They chanted anti-government slogans and were holding banners and placards inscribed with slogans against the incumbent set up. They demanded immediate resignation of President, Prime Minister and Chief Minister Punjab for failing to meet the challenges faced by the masses and the country. Meanwhile, representative delegation of various medics associations called on Secretary Health Jahanzaib Khan at his office on Monday and apprised him about their point of view on the matter relating to the promotion of doctors. Delegation of Medical Teacher Association, Pakistan Medical Association Equity Chapter, Senior Registrar Joint Action Committee and Young Postgraduate Doctors briefed the secretary health about drawbacks of some of controversial summaries and the likely damage to the community, healthcare system and service delivery at tertiary care hospitals.