Thousands of people gathered in PTI Karachi rally
KARACHI: Chairman, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Sunday vowed to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state, according to the vision of Founder of Pakistan Quaid-e- Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Addressing a public meeting at Bagh-e-Quaid here on Sunday, he unfolded his plan to make the country a welfare state, where every one could get his due right without discrimination.
He pledged if his party came into power, it would change the decades old system of status quo and would reconsider all basic policies including economic, education, industrial and agriculture, for progress of the country.
He claimed that PTI government would provide free education, health facilities and free of charge justice to each and every Pakistani.
PTI would make Pakistan a corruption free society and its resources will be used on the welfare of common man, he said. The tax collection system will be made transparent to make the country self reliant, he added.
He said PTI will introduce a system of good governance and every thing would be done strictly on merit through an honest team.
The chairman PTI said overseas Pakistanis are country’s asset and the PTI would provide them investment friendly atmosphere so that they could invest in the country without any fear.
He said introduction of across the board accountability system will be on priority and every one will be made accountable.
He said PTI would resolve the issues of Balochistan and special initiatives will be taken to remove sense of deprivation among the people of Balochistan.
He announced that his party would hold a public meeting in Quetta on March 23, 2012.
Addressing on the occasion, Vice Chairman PTI Shah Mehmood Qureshi said PTI will work for bringing positive change in the life of common man as they are facing hardship in their routine life.
Makhdoom Javed Hashmi addressing the public meeting said that PTI is trying to bring ideological revolution as per wishes of the people of Pakistan.
He said economic condition of Pakistan was not good and common man was feeling unsecured, adding people of Karachi did not want target killings rather they wanted peace, and added his party will take initiatives for long lasting peace in Karachi and other parts of the country.
The meeting was also attended among others by Azam Khan Sawti and Jahangir Tareen besides other central leaders.