Pakistan, Islamabad News : Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday urged the nation to wage a struggle for their fundamental rights.
Addressing the participants of Azadi March here, Khan said living nations take to streets for their rights. “Nations cannot progress through metro bus projects. Investment should be on humans.”
All Asian tigers, he noted, invested on education, through which they progressed.
“I want to make Pakistan a great nation,” he said, urging the people to thrive for their rights.
Khan noted that a mafia had been ruling the country for years. “I served Pakistan for 10 years, but could not change the system due to mafias.
The PTI chief said that there was widespread poverty, unemployment and lack of opportunities in Pakistan.