Thousands of PTI fans were gathered in Minto park under Minar-e-Pakistan where the Imran Khan addressed to the party workers, fans, leaders; he said today successful rally is shows the sign of revolutions in the country.
Mr. Khan said, the rulers can’t stop this revolution that was created by common person of the country.
Corruption is spread in all field, every department first off all PTI control this and change the old method of investigation.
PTI install new honest, noble and fair officers who support to control on the corruption, irregularity in systems and departments.
He said PTI solve the problems of common persons of the society, also control on prices of essential goods and need.
He said, PTI also make sure to resolve the current issues of the country and promote the country in all over the world.
PTI also control on electricity crisis across country and make it mandatory for politicians to declare their assets.
Khan also said that Pakistan is a rich country full of minerals but the corruption and bad governance turned it into a beggar state. He said that the rulers have sold their nation for dollars.
Mr. Khan criticized the government and said that there is no similarity between Zufiqar Ali Bhutto and Asif Zardari.
PTI will not allow the military to attack on its people of the country, PTI believes in talks with the tribals.
The rally in the Pakistani city of Lahore was called by Imran Khan to press President Asif Ali Zardari to step down.
“Who will save Pakistan? Imran Khan, Imran Khan,” the crowd chanted in the rally.
More than 20,000 people had gathered as the meeting began at 4pm (1100 GMT) with more on the way, according to witnesses, as the crowd waited for a scheduled appearance by their hero.
Khan’s party slogan is “throw this government out and save the country,” in a campaign aimed at the ruling coalition led by Zardari and the party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
The rally, seen as a show of strength, comes two days after Sharif’s brother Shahbaz, attracted some 30,000 people at an anti-Zardari protest also in the key political battleground of Lahore.