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'PTI to protect rights of minorities'

- December 14, 2011 - Updated 1718 PKT - From Web Edition

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan said on Wednesday that his party would fulfill the promise made by Quaid-e-Azam to the minorities and protect their rights, Geo News reported.


Addressing TI's minority convention in Lahore, Imran Khan congratulated the crowd by saying that a new Pakistan was about to be formed.


Imran Khan said the powerful segment of the country would always be against formation of a society based on justice because the same would create hurdles in his corrupt ways, Geo News reported.


He said the powerful would never want justice; it is a need of the weak.


"Tehreek-e-Insaf will strengthen the weak to bring him at par with the powerful," the PTI Chief vowed.


He said Allah almighty is for all human beings, for Whom all human beings are equal. Tehreek-e-Insaf will bring a system of justice in the country, he reiterated his resolve.


Irman Khan said a rally for peace will be organized in Karachi this month on the occasion of Quaid-e-Azam's birth anniversary and Christmas, adding Tehreek-e-Insaf would fulfill the promise that Quaid-e-Azam made to the minorities.


"No such law will be made that creates a divide among people and Pakistan will be turned into the state of Quaid-e-Azam and Khilafat-e-Rashida," Imran Khan promised.


He said all the rights of minorities will be protected. "Sikhs, Hindus and Christians will be protected."


The TI Chief said now no one could stop the Tsunami from coming. Everyone will witness 'the Tsunami of justice' on December 25 in Karachi, he added.

Reader Comments
What about the rights of oppressed and the rights of those killed by terrorists? Why no talk to bringing terrorists to justice. No root cause can justify the kind of barbaric killings that are taking place. Why IK is quiet on that?

Let us support Imran Khan to build a better Pakistan= Shah Sawar Bhatti UK

United Kingdom
Totally agree with Muneer Varaich. Whats with this Khilafat e Rashida mumbo jumbo. Imran should better steer clear from mixing religion with politics as this is not what the masses are rallying for. Quaid e Azam never said or wished for khilafat e rashida to be a way of governance in Pakistan. Please spare us this crap. I am suddenly not sure if Imran is the right choice any more.

Imran needs to prioritise his political enemies. He needs to choose who is most important to go. At this time Zardari needs to go and he does not need to worry about Sharif brothers. His criticism of Sharif brothers is aggravating the concerns that he only wants the top position. Any good change in the country should be welcomed and does not matter who brings it. At this stage, most imprtant thing is that this corrupt Govt needs to go. All the Politicians should be together in this cause.

Imran doesn't have the wisdom of judgement, forseeing and right decision making. He does not have any plans how make things better in Pakistan. All of his past decision in the past including his marriage with Jamaima (daughter of Jews) are full of mistakes. How do we know he has the ability to make right decesions about Pakistan.He has not done the right things for his boys what you expect from him for Pakistan.


PMRO is a UK based organisation committed to helping achieve the equal rights for the Tehrik-i-Taliban in the World; through lobbying in the UK & overseas; and hence contributing toward tolerance, justice and prosperity in Pakistan.

Asif Mall
United Kingdom
Quaid-e-Azam's Pakistan and Khilafat-e-Rashida are two different things. Let us not use religious terminology in the affairs of the state. Period. MAV Sweden

Munir Varraich
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