Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan said that people in Sindh needed change as the province has suffered the most from plunderers.
“People of Sindh need to be pulled out of their misery,” Imran said in a video statement released on Saturday.
“Sindh has become lawless and has been facing brutality, the farmers have been deprived of water and the general public’s money is being misused by the government for their own benefits,” he added.
The PTI chief said that the party would give out an important message in Sehwan regarding this matter.
Addressing a public meeting in Sindh’s Umerkot district a day earlier, PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi said after ousting the PPP from other provinces of the country, the PTI has now embarked upon the political struggle to dislodge the PPP even from Sindh, its political bastion.
“Imran Khan and PTI have decided now that after Punjab, K-P [Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa] and Balochistan we will oust the PPP even in Sindh. For almost a decade, the people of Sindh have been suffering due to bad governance and corruption of the PPP governments,” he said on Friday night.
He asked the people either to choose the path of suffering, atrocities, cruelties and injustice as a fait accompli or to rebel against the oppressive system of politics.