Islamabad: First rule of competition, never underestimate your opponent. Brace yourself for the decisive fight against plunderers. Imran Khan. According to the details furnished by party’s Central Media Department Chairman Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf Imran Khan addressed workers convention at Jinnah Convention Centre Islamabad today. He said his party is all set for the big match on July 25. “We were never prepared the way we are this time’, he stated and cautioned PTI workers stating that first rule of competition is to never underestimate your opponents. Chairman PTI said Allah had given them an opportunity to change the country and they must brace themselves for the fight against crooks and purge the country from looters and plunderers.
Imran Khan apprised attendants that Sharif family was caught red handed in Panama Papers case and faced accountability for plundering Rs 300billion but the duo of father-daughter kept crying, trying to misled nation with their mantra of _“Mujhey Kiun Nikala”_. “On the other hand there are Zardari’s who ruthlessly plundered nation’s wealth”, said Chairman PTI and urged the workers to vote sensibly. He stated that voters must vote for those people who live among them through thick and thin. He further said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan People’s Party had failed to construct a single state-of-the-art hospital in Pakistan and that was mainly because Sharif and Zardari families preferred visiting hospitals in London and Dubai, and they are least concerned about common citizens of Pakistan.
Slamming both parties he stated that the economy is on the verge of collapse. He lamented that Pakistan’s current debt has surged to sky-rocketing Rs27,000 billion due to the governments of the PML-N and PPP. Keeping verbal onslaught up, Imran Khan inquired how many hospitals, roads, varsities of international standards have been erected by self-styled Khadim e Aala, former Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif in his tenure.
“It’s time to reject them forever,” he said. Stressing on the importance of strengthening institutions, he said that this will help in curbing corruption. He also made a resolve to strengthen the Federal Investigation Agency and NAB.
Speaking of distribution of tickets, he said that he faced immense difficulties in the process of awarding party tickets to the candidates. “There were several capable candidates, but the ticket was to be handed to one person,” said Chairman PTI, adding that there was no way to avoid the dismay of aspirants. “Around 4000 individuals applied and so far 650 individuals have been awarded party tickets”, he said.
Chairman PTI lauded the women members of his party for their services during the sit-in, however, noted that awarding tickets to women, who could legislate, was necessary. He further said that no woman will be awarded ticket for a reserved seat, unless she makes her way up through the party ranks by contesting intra-party elections.