PTI’s Rind vows to ‘walk the talk’ in Naseerabad

Published: July 10, 2018
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PTI Balochistan chief Yar Muhammad Rind. PHOTO: ONLINE

PTI Balochistan chief Yar Muhammad Rind. PHOTO: ONLINE

QUETTA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Balochistan President Yar Muhammad Rind has said that PTI will be victorious on July 25.
“After the victory, education and health sectors will be given proper attention as we shall hand over pens to the children of poor families,” said the PTI provincial president while addressing a corner meeting in Naseerabad on Monday.

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Rind said, “We shall establish engineering universities and residential colleges in the Naseerabad district. We shall introduce health cards and take measures to improve the health sector.”

He said people were deceived either in the name of religion or tribe only for collecting votes, while “development remained confined only to the homes of public representatives”.

He advised the people to be careful of such deceptions this time and “vote for competent candidates”.

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Many people assured Rind of their support in the upcoming general elections. They said, “The government-run hospitals in the area do not have even single tablet, while schools lack proper facilities.”
They said, “Those who remained in power have given us nothing in their tenures.”

They urged the PTI to establish standard schools and vocational centres to train the youth so they could earn money in any corner of the world.

In his concluding remarks, Rind said, “On July 25, people should come out of their homes and vote for PTI. If people want real change then PTI has the power to bring real change.”

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