FAISALABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) held a public meeting in Faislabad to mobilize the masses as part of their ‘Save Pakistan movement’, on Sunday.
Thousands of people came to attend the event and eye witnesses said more than 50,000 people participated at the Jalsa, said PTI sources.
PTI chairman Imran Khan said the time had come for a showdown with the “looters and plunderers” of the country in order to end the sufferings of the masses and bring a positive change in their life.
PTI leaders Dr Arif Alvi, Ahsan Rasheed,Umer Sarfaraz Cheema, Mian Mehmood-ur-Rasheed, Salooni Bukhari, Zaheer Abbas Khokhar, Dr Yasmin Rashid, Ishtiaq Malik and others were also present at the rally.
Khan congratulated the people of Faislabad and stated that “Inqalab” has started in Pakistan from here and the people of Pakistan “will make all the corrupt people accountable for looting their wealth.”
He also said that youth of Pakistan would not allow anyone to rig the elections.
He said, “Youth are the biggest asset of Pakistan. I appeal you all to play your active role to change the destiny of Pakistan. There will be a bigger revolution this time in Pakistan than 1970, the people of Pakistan are awake now and they must fight for their rights and get rid of these corrupt rulers.”
Khan pledged that PTI would transform the country into a real welfare state in which the masses would get free justice, health and education besides other necessities of the life.
PTI launched the ‘Save Pakistan Movement’ from Multan on June 25, while the second round of the Movement has taken place in Faisalabad, which would be followed by weekly sit-in in front of the Parliament during the Ramazan.
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