OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Time has come for a showdown with the looters and plunderers of the country in order to end the sufferings of the masses and bring a positive change in their life, says PTI chief Imran Khan. He expressed these views while talking to media on Sunday at his residence before leaving for Faisalabad to address the second public meeting in connection with PTIs 'Save Pakistan Movement. PTI leaders including, Umer Sarfaraz Cheema, Dr Arif Alvi, Mian Mehmood-ur-Rasheed, Salooni Bukhari, Zaheer Abbas Khokhar, Dr Yasmin Rashid, Ishtiaq Malik and others were also present on this occasion. Throwing a challenge to PML-N chief, Nawaz Sharif for next polls, Imran said he and Nawaz Sharif both belong to Lahore, while the next elections would determine who was more popular. He also said that youth of this country would not allow anyone to rig the next elections. Imran Khan said that looted public money by the corrupt elements lying in the foreign banks, besides the immoveable assets of the stated corrupt people. He said that the time had come for a final round with such ruthless and corrupt elements to clean the motherland of their corrupt practices once and for all to bring a qualitative change in the life of the masses. He pledged that PTI would transform the country into a real welfare state in which the masses would get free justice, health and education besides other necessities of the life. Imran said that one of the purposes of Save Pakistan Movement was to expose the real faces of the corrupt politicians among their electorate to convince them to opt for third political option. PTI chief maintained that availability of the gas had been made rare after staging what he called the drama of 18th Amendment due to which thousands of labourers had become jobless. It is to be mentioned here, PTI launched 'Save Pakistan Movement from Multan on June 25, while the second round of the Movement has taken place in Faisalabad, which would be followed by weekly sit-in in front of the Parliament during the Ramazan. A public moot of this series would be held in Lahore after Eid-ul-Fitr. The final round of the campaign to oust the government would be held in Islamabad after provincial capitals public meeting. Meanwhile, PTI chief speaking at a seminar claimed that a match was fixed between the PML-N and PPP, as Nawaz Sharif and President Asif Zardari had conniving with each other to cover their corruption under the garb of democracy. He further claimed that MQM was playing on the wicket of the government but posing itself as an opposition, however they could not befool the masses anymore by their political gimmickry.