ISLAMABAD - Claiming to make the party’s show in Multan historic, Chairman Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan said that after coming to powers, he would come up with an elaborate programme for the welfare of poor and deprived segment of society.
Addressing the gathering at D. Chowk, Islamabad on third day of Eid-ul-Azha, Imran Khan continued his onslaught against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and grilled him for keeping mum over the Indian aggression along the working boundary and Line of Control.
He also came down hard on the prime minister for not coming up clear on the government policy on drone strikes inside Pakistani territory and alleged that his silence was just because he did not want to harm his family’s business interests in West.
Imran Khan said that PTI wanted friendly relations with all its neighbours but without compromising its sovereignty and territorial integrity. Khan said, “nothing is impossible and one can only be defeated when he accept his defeat.”
Imran Khan said that he did not see the participation of women in public meetings before the PTI struggle.
He maintained, “Pakistan cannot gain respect in international community until and unless we get self-reliant.”
He said that corrupt rulers weakened every state institution, even civil service, the strongest one inherited by British rulers.
Imran Khan claimed that PPP and PML-N governments worked on the policy of making rich richer and poor poorer, such policy has failed in the world.
The PTI chief once again vowed to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state.
Earlier in the day, the PTI activists staged protest against their own leadership for doling out benevolence to their favourites be it distribution of breakfast or something else.