ISLAMABAD - For the first-time in the country’s political history, a young politician planning to try his luck in the next general elections to be held this year from FTI platform, publicly challenged chairman of Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari for a live debate over the issues being faced by the people at large.He is none other than a young and youthful Deputy Secretary Information of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Faisal Javed Khan who on Friday publicly challenged Bilawal Bhutto, urging the latter to come on face him during a debate which could be live broadcast on television. Making his point on Friday, Faisal Javed Khan made it clear and loud that new generation of the elites of the country had no comprehension of the problems being faced by the common man and so they could not resolve it. Faisal Javed Khan was addressing a press conference held in premises of central media cell of PTI in Islamabad on Friday. “I offer Bilawal Bhutto to show courage by accepting my challenge of debate that could be live broadcast by the electronic media or state-run television,” Javed Khan said. He, however, added that politics of dynasties could never face the vigour and vision of the youth on the streets who were better informed on the problems of the general public. Hence, chance is there that Bilawal Bhutto would not accept the challenge.Faisal Javed Khan’s open challenge to chairman of a party that will make history by completing its five years term on 16 march, 2013, spread in the nook and corner of Pakistan like a fire in jungle with many speculating that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would choose to ignore the challenge.Until filing of this report, there received no reaction from Pakistan People’s Party that has a vibrant media cell working under Qamar Zaman Kaira, who is also a sitting federal minister for information and broadcasting. According to sources, Faisal Javed Khan’s challenge for open debate on television was brought into notice of Bilawal Bhutto Zaradari and President Asif Ali Zardari on late Friday evening. However, they refrained from giving any reaction regarding this.“Both president Asif Ali Zardari and Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto were told about how a young man from the ranks of PTI challenged Bilawal for an open debate.  However, they did not react promptly,” said a source on Friday. Many believe, in case if chairman of PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari accepted the challenge for an open debate, it will set a positive trend in the country’s politics. However, they say, Bilawal would be advised by the top PPP leaders to keep silent rather than accepting or denying the challenge.Young members of Pakistan Tehreik-e-Insaf including Chaudhry Rizwan, Malik Rizwan Ahmad, Tahir Jamil and others appreciated javed khan for his bold stance.Faisal Javed Khan said that the most corrupt regimes of the PPP and the PML-N had come to an end and it was PTI that may change the system after coming into power. He urged the youth to come forward to save the country. Faiasal made it clear and loud that nepotism and corruption by federal and provincial governments has sabotaged the country and youth must come forward to help  Pakistan come out of multiple crisis under the leadership of Imran Khan“PTI is going to hold a historic public gathering on March 23rd at Minar-e-Pakistan where 80,000 elected office bearers of the party will participate,” said Faisal, adding that the a movement for ‘New Pakistan’ would also be started on the same day.It is pertinent to mention here that many youngsters had also submitted their nomination papers for contesting the elections for Member National Assembly’s and Member Provincial Assembly’s. “PTI is the only party which has brings an end to traditional politics,” he added. The PTI leader said that the public would have to think while casting their votes that what the traditional parties have done for them in past.He expressed determination that the youth would play their vital role for the welfare of country under the leadership of Imran Khan.  Faisal pointed out that the government the corruption, unemployment and terrorism has reached to an alarming level but the so-called democratic government had done nothing to resolve the crisis being faced by the common masses.