PESHAWAR: Chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan today pledged to bring Tabdeeli (revolution) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Imran Khan participated in the centenary celebrations of Islamia College, on completion of 100 years of existence amid tight security. While talking to the students at the ceremony, Khan said that restraining order would be sought if the authorities take corrupt people into custody.

He said those among you who have great visions will be successful in the real sense instead of those who think about being rich as there is more to life than making money; History never remembers those whose

purpose in life is to make money.

He told that Shah Farman has promised me that in the next 2 years he will have clean drinking water across KP. PTI chief direct tell the VC of Islamia College that use properties of college properly for endowment and to give scholarships.

“We have a mission to reform the education system and the health system in Pakistan; we are facing opposition from mafias, but I want to tell these mafias that no matter what you do we will fight you and

bring change in our province,” he added.

Talking about the tree plantation campaign, he said that a target to grow 1 billion trees by 2018 has been set to counter global warming. He further motivated the students by calling them to join PTI in tree

plantation initiative and set example.

“Pakistan is one of the top 10 countries worst affected by global warming…we are the first government that is working for climate,” Imran said.

“I want volunteers from this massive force of students here today to join us in this tree plantation initiative and set example for rest of the world,” he told cheering students.

He asked vice chancellor of the university to use properties of college properly to generate endowment funds, which he said, would be used to give scholarships to young students who don’t have sufficient

money to pay fees.

The PTI chairman said that the KP government has a mission to reform the education and health systems, adding that his party’s government in the province is facing opposition from mafias.

“I want to tell these mafias that no matter what you do, we will fight you and bring change in our province,” he said.

Highlighting the importance of education, Imran told students that it teaches to tackle difficult times.

“When you dream big, chase it, you will face difficult times. You will fall too. But remember, education teaches you to tackle it,” he said.