ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan is all set to unveil a 100-day ‘plan of action’ today (Sunday) with the proviso that his party was voted to power in the next general election.

Khan will unveil the plan of action at a local hotel here in Islamabad.

An office-bearer of the PTI central media department said on Saturday that the 100-day plan of action of the “PTI’s government” had been prepared in the light of the 11 point reforms agenda announced by the party chief at Lahore’s rally on April 29.

“The PTI chief will unveil the plan of action of the next PTI government and elaborate major points which will be the priorities of the party in the first 100 days,” he said adding that Khan will highlight the major targets of his government as well. He said that Khan will point out the major issues on which the PTI will focus to bring the country on the “right track to development”.

PTI Central Media Department head Iftikhar Durrani said that Khan will highlight initiatives of the party’s first 100 days in government and focus on six major areas including economy, agriculture, internal security and the foreign policy.

He said that the PTI’s election management cell and the central media department made efforts in the finalization of the plan of action and it would be further improved in the light of suggestions from experts of different fields.

In this connection, the PTI has dispatched invitation letters to the experts belonging to different fields including the civil society and the media, he said.

Earlier, the PTI chief told a meeting of the senior party leaders that his party was now waiting for (the formation) of the next government and they should prepare themselves accordingly.



NNI adds: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Saturday lashed out at PML-N supreme leader Nawaz Sharif stating it seems to be habitual with Sharif to malign the Pakistan Army every time he is out of power. He did the same in 1994.

Khan took to popular micro-blogging website Twitter and shared his thoughts.

Meanwhile, Imran expressed shock and sadness at the death of Pakistani Honour Roll exchange student Sabika Sheikh.

Pakistan’s Sabika Sheikh was one of the 10 students who were killed in a school shooting in Texas on Friday.

Sabika, a resident of Karachi, was studying in the United States as an exchange student.

Her father Abdul Aziz said that she was going to come to Pakistan on June 22. “I kept calling my daughter after the incident but I couldn’t contact her,” he said. “I still can’t believe that she is with us no more.”

Imran also strongly condemned the deadly bombing in Jalalabad city stadium which left at least 8 dead. In his tweet, the PTI chairman said: “Condemn the terrorist attack in Jalalabad on a cricket ground while match was in progress last night.” Khan further said it was sad that emerging Afghan cricketers, who had brought so much joy to their war-torn country, were being targeted.

Earlier, eight people were killed and 45 wounded in a series of explosions targeting a cricket match in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, officials said, the first attack since the holy month of Ramazan began.

The blasts exploded among spectators crowded into the stadium at around 11pm (1830 GMT) on Friday evening as they watched the local "Ramazan Cup", the provincial governor s office said.

No individual or group has so far claimed responsibility behind the deadly attack.

Cricket in Afghanistan struggled under the hardline Islamist Taliban regime in the late 1990s, which viewed sports as a distraction from religious duties.

But its popularity has surged in the years since the US invasion, a dizzying rise which saw Afghanistan become part of the elite group of test nations last year.