Imran Claims Change in Punjab After 2018 Polls

Imran Claims Change in Punjab After 2018 Polls

Sargodha (February 13, 2018): The chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Imran Khan claimed on Tuesday that after the Khyber Pukhtunkhawa (KP) the PTI will share the change in Punjab and other provinces as well after the 2018 electionس as everyone was admitting and admiring the performance of KP government.

Addressing to PTI workers’ Convention in Sargodha, PTI chairman alleged that Sharifs and Zardaris have made the nation poor after plundering the wealth and resources of the country, however PTI will put them behind the bar after taking back the looted money.

“To hid their looted money Sharif’s attempted to create unrest in the country and they attacked on constitutional institutions to stop them to play their due role,” Imran said adding that without liberating state from corrupts and cruel rulers progress could not be possible.

He directed the workers to prepare themselves for election as the 2018 was the year of change.

He also urged his party leaders to resist the fear of losing after the opposition party faced defeat in Lodhran by-election in NA-154.

He told that the party has devised future strategy after the defeat of Ali Khan Tareen in NA-154 by-election. PML-N candidate Iqbal Shah defeated Tareen by over 25,000 votes in the Monday’s poll.

On PP-30 by-election, Imran said he will prepare 350 PTI workers.

Earlier, PTI chief had tweeted that “every setback is an opportunity to analyse one s mistakes” as he tried to console the PTI supporters who felt dejected over NA-154 result. “Successful people, institutions & nations learn from their failures,” he added.

“Those who get demoralised can never achieve their potential. In my decades of political struggle for Insaf I have never been demoralised but have come back stronger after confronting adversities. The 2018 election is ours inshaAllah.”

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