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Monday, April 29, 2013
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Addressing another rally Sunday in Mandi Bahauddin, PTI Chairman Imran Khan regretted that it is bad luck to Pakistan People’s Party that it is being led by Asif Zardari, instead of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and it is Zardari’s anti-people policies that damaged the PPP. “I feel pity on the PPP that it is being run and damaged by its incapable leadership,” the PTI chief said.

 

Criticising the PML-N, Imran said, “Nawaz League has become a Noora League and it supported the PPP government in increasing price-hike, unemployment, loadshedding and terrorism.

 

No political party can now stop emergence of the new Pakistan and the PTI youth have decided to change fate of the nation.

 

Pakistan has the capacity of producing 50,000 megawatt power. PTI will never accept the US slavery at any cost. A uniform education system will be introduced to end double standard,” the PTI chief said.

 

He added Patwari and Thana culture will be done away with and warned Nawaz Sharif that he would never be given batting for sixth time, as he had badly failed to deliver.

 

PTI candidates for NA 108 Zafarullah Tarar, for NA 109 Nawaz Gondal, Abid Hanif Ghauri for PP 116, Shaheed Gulzar for PP 117, Faisal Mukhtar for PP 118 and Asad Ayaz Gondal for PP 120 also spoke on the occasion.

 

In Sargodha, addressing a gathering at Sports Stadium, he said the PTI had awarded 35 percent tickets to the youth who would bring about a real change in the country.

 

He criticised the Sharifs and said Nawaz Sharif lied to the nation and concealed an agreement which he had made with a dictator Pervez Musharraf. Imran said so-called former “Khadim-e-Aala” Shahbaz Sharif did nothing for welfare of the masses, adding Shahbaz spent a huge budget in Lahore and ignored other parts of the province. Imran said the PTI would defeat the PML-N in NA-68 and make new history.