SHEIKHUPURA - The Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf will bring change in the country with the help of youth and sincere politicians as millions of people have joined the party, claimed the senior vice chairman and the president of the PTI.

Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Quresh and Javed Hashmi were attending an Iftar party arranged by the local leaders in Sheikhupura. The PTI leaders said the corrupt rulers were looting national exchequer with both hands while the country was facing severe loadshedding, lawlessness, price hike due to their corruption at peak in every department.

Mr Hashmi said that the PTI was the only party which would hold party elections before the general elections. He also sought public support for bringing to book the rulers who are transferring public money to foreign countries. He said if the forthcoming elections were held transparently, the PTI would sweep the elections.  Mr Qureshi said Imran Khan had come forward to eliminate the system of corruption and every Pakistani were supposed to support the PTI by rejecting the looters through their votes so that provision of justice could be ensured and looted public money could be brought back which is more essential for prosperous Pakistan.

Because of huge gathering, a large numbers of workers particularly women returned back without Iftari. They alleged it was done due to the incompetency of local leaders.

Former Balochistan IG Chaudhry Yaqoob, Mian Shafiq, Dr Shahid Zia, Mian Mehmoodur Rasheed, Dr Ashraf Ghumman, Anees Riasat Virk, Shah Nawaz Sara, Meraj Khalid Gujjar, Khalid Mehmood, Arshad Hashmi, Waheed Khan and a large number of workers were also present.

ROBBERIES: In separate incidents, the outlaws made off with cash, gold ornament and other valuables worth of hundreds of thousands of rupees in Sheikhupura on Sunday.

Armed men entered into the house of retired DSP Qamar Zaman in his absence and collected cash Rs400,000, gold ornaments and other valuable when he was in Lahore with his family.

 It is pertinent to mention here the retired DSP’s house only few feet away from the city A Division police station.

In another hit, three robbers wearing police uniform entered into the grocery shop situated near Liaqat High School. The bandits held Tanveer and his salesmen on gunpoint and looted cash Rs1.1 million and fled away.

Likewise, Muhammad Shafi was deprived of his two wheeler by the armed men when he was on his way to Joinwala More, some eight km away from here. In Mohallah Rehmanpura an unknown bike rider snatching purse from Safia Bibi when she was on her way to market for shopping.