Imran Khan addresses 'Save Pakistan' rally in Faisalabad

Published: July 25, 2011
Imran Khan addresses a rally in Faisalabad. PHOTO: PTI

Imran Khan addresses a rally in Faisalabad. PHOTO: PTI

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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Reader Comments (86)

  • Adil Mirza
    Jul 25, 2011 - 3:46PM

    We All Support You IMRAN KHAN, Insha’Allah you will win


  • Scholar
    Jul 25, 2011 - 3:59PM

    Those who support democracy, must support Imran Khan, Because he is the current best. He is far more better than Nawaz, Zardari and Altaf. Support Imran and strengthen his team. People of Pakistan have given him Billions in aid, and he did n’t wasted a penny. IK Zindabad.


  • Mastuj
    Jul 25, 2011 - 4:01PM

    Down with PPP and PMLN. Recommend

  • zulfiqar ahmad
    Jul 25, 2011 - 4:08PM

    I support “Imran Bhai” in his struggle against corrupt rulers in Pakistan. All the political parties other than “Tehreek-e-Insaf” are corrupt political parties ; they are salable for meager amount.

    Please wak up! and join Imran Khan to get rid of corrupt

    we must stand up for Imran Khan at all costs.Recommend

    Jul 25, 2011 - 4:26PM

    With seventy percent comprising of youth in Pakistan, Imran Khan has an excellent chance to win the elections.


  • All BS
    Jul 25, 2011 - 4:37PM

    50,000 people ??!! Sounds fabricated


  • Khalid Qadir
    Jul 25, 2011 - 5:03PM

    If even this time the pakistani people don’t vote for Imran Khan and his party then they deserve corrupt leaders. Recommend

  • karman
    Jul 25, 2011 - 5:04PM

    yes we all know that you are real leader of pakistan

    we all with you.



  • 007
    Jul 25, 2011 - 5:07PM

    Am praying 5 times a day for Imran Khan to become our next Prime Minister and bring Pakistan back to stability


  • safeer
    Jul 25, 2011 - 5:19PM

    Insha allah
    my suopport with you!!
    and we all win very soon


  • Rashid
    Jul 25, 2011 - 5:43PM

    Imran Khan, All the Way!!!


  • Jul 25, 2011 - 5:47PM

    Imran Khan Zindabad – PTI to rule this Nation, InshaAllah, Its time to turn off the account of all anti-Pakistanis.


  • Nader Junaid
    Jul 25, 2011 - 5:55PM

    Pakistan has to break the shackles of the culture of lies, deception, corruption, Sifarish at ground level, meaning at individual level. All of the above have eaten up Pakistanis like Termites. No one is the enemy but the bad deeds practiced by themselves. The Pakistani Government is truely the representative of its culture.
    Similarly, the America Greed doesnt run down from the Top to Bottom, but goes up from the bottom.


  • Chaudry Arslan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 6:08PM

    The last hope of pakistan…imran khan…!He seems to be the right man and THE leader.


  • Jul 25, 2011 - 6:13PM

    There is no hope but Imran Khan!


  • mohsin basra
    Jul 25, 2011 - 6:20PM

    No doubt he is the best hope of all of us and for all of us… Make the best team and put an end to all the corrupt people and rulers… We love you all Imran khanRecommend

  • Athar Javed
    Jul 25, 2011 - 6:21PM

    Seeing the previous and present records of all the politicians and leaders of Pakistan, only Imran Khan seems to be the best leader for Pakistani leadership.he must be the coming Prime Minister of Pakistan.People must support him not only for his success but it will definitely be their own success. To face the present hardships we must choose a leader like Imran Khan who is capable to to lead this nation on the way to peace and success.


  • Qaiser Abbas
    Jul 25, 2011 - 6:24PM

    We all should support Imran Khan in upcoming elections because he is only ray of hope. We have tried PML-N&Q, PPPP, MQM, ANP, JUI-F but have not tried PTI. I think this time we as a nation give the mandate to PTI to run the show. Lets see how this party delivers and can expect good because I know some of their action plans. Please come out of your baradari culture and change the govt. for poor pakistanis.


  • i khan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 6:43PM

    we are with you imran khan. my family memebers are going to apply for nadra cards so that they would be able to vote for you. you are our power. nawaz sharif has failed due to his bad intension that next will be there turn.they are mean.they are just concern with there benefits. they are all making way for you imran by their shortcomings. we shall rise.Youth Of PakistanRecommend

  • Rafeek Hussain
    Jul 25, 2011 - 6:48PM

    Imran is the only hope. The last hope for democracy. We’re going to vote him in.


  • Waqas
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:00PM

    I am still afraid of corruption in upcoming elections.


  • faizan ali
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:11PM

    Iinshallah me & my faimly will support Imran Khan…….


  • M
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:14PM

    If the people carry on voting insensibly then they deserve load shedding inflation and the rest Recommend

  • Maaz
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:15PM

    Cornered tiger of pakistan imran khan only he n his team can save pakistan nw inshallah pti is gonna hit the bulls eye in coming elections n remember one thing

    Ab Kon Bachai Ga Pakistan Imran khan Imran khan

    For God sake wake up nw support imran khan n pti if u really want change other wise keep crying n blaming others Recommend

  • Rifi
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:22PM

    Feel the change . Pakistan youth is now on right direction.
    Khon bachae ga Pakistan
    Imran Khan Imran Khan


  • Jul 25, 2011 - 7:30PM

    BOL….Insha Allah


  • Cautious
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:39PM

    Khan pledged that PTI would transform
    the country into a real welfare state

    In case you didn’t know it — you already are a welfare state — your dependent on the charity of the international community (especially the USA) to survive.
    Khan panders to the masses without provide any clue’s on how he is going to accomplish what he promises. How is he going to generate funding for all that money he is going to give to the poor? When he breaks relations with the USA how is Pakistan going to obtain international financing? How is he going to get rid of corruption? What’s he going to do when the militant’s don’t disappear with the leaving of the American’s?
    Guys a cheap suit … looks good in the closet but you can’t wear it.


  • sumbul
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:56PM

    we love imran khan


  • Ehsan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:56PM

    INSHALLAH change will come….Vote for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf!!!


  • nasir Iqbal
    Jul 25, 2011 - 8:16PM

    The number of people in his jalsa clearly indicate PTI will rule this time. I hate current democracy where parliament is has zero say, ministers are convicts
    and business goes on. God bless Pakistan.Recommend

  • waheed khattak
    Jul 25, 2011 - 8:44PM

    a lot of pakistanis had tied there peaceful futur with Imran Khan, but presently the system just touching the death point. ALLHA blessed Imran with full abality for solving all problems of Pakistan. AMEEN Prayin for Imran


  • Nadeem Ahmed
    Jul 25, 2011 - 8:51PM

    I remember, Imran refused to play for Pakistan because weather was too hot and humid. Compared to yesterday’s weather it was far better during those cricket series. For his own gain and glory he can burn himself and his followers in heat and humidity. The unemployed youth around him do not know that Imran does not believe in any system. He has no plans nor intention to get any responsiblity. He is simply tanning himself which he missed when Pakistan needed him most.


    Jul 25, 2011 - 8:59PM

    the only thing i want to say now is support Imran Khan or die…..Recommend

  • Nadeem Ahmed
    Jul 25, 2011 - 9:03PM

    “I am praying 5 times a day for Imran Khan to become our next Prime Minister,… 007,”
    Prayer is good but voting is more important. Once, one Sardar was praying to win a lottery when he heard a voice that Sardar Sahib, “please buy lottery ticket first”.
    And also make sure his name is on ballot paper, because Imran is habbit of boycotting at the last minute.


  • Asif
    Jul 25, 2011 - 9:26PM

    Long Live Pakistan, PTI & Imran Khan.


  • SAMI Sadiq
    Jul 25, 2011 - 9:38PM

    IK is proved national hero , he did every single positive effort for the nation of Pakistan….!!!
    hes a great leader , honest, fairless ……he talks wid usa on same level not like corrupt rullers who made our nation beggers.
    vote ik for the betterment of your own future.


  • haseeb
    Jul 25, 2011 - 9:59PM

    INSHALLAH we will win………………..


  • Doctor abdul qadeer khan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 10:07PM

    My dear youth shouldn’t we think about supporting doctor Abdul Qadeer khan, our national hero,to become the President of Pakistan


  • MK
    Jul 25, 2011 - 10:41PM

    @Doctor abdul qadeer khan:

    Only if Dr. becomes a president as per constitution. No political affiliations. Just a token and symbol of the state. And leave running the Gov to prime minister.


  • rashid khan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 11:49PM

    He is last hope for pakistan we are with you imran khan.


  • Haider
    Jul 26, 2011 - 12:08AM

    I do not support any political party. Imran Khan may have potential but even in his gathering i do not see our beloved Pakistani Flag… makes me sad.


  • Jul 26, 2011 - 12:20AM

    Imran Khan & PTI is definitely going to give a tough time to all parties. People are fed up of PPP-PMLN Q and other fraud parties as they dont have any solution to our problems and on top of it they are all corrupt. Imran Khan is the light in this hour of darkness for Pakistan.


  • Cool
    Jul 26, 2011 - 12:48AM

    We love you Imran Bhai


  • zia ur rehman
    Jul 26, 2011 - 12:48AM

    @Nadeem Ahmed
    i think that the decision of boycotting that NRO tainted 2008 election, in which 46% of bogus votes were cast was a great decision!!!!!!!!!!!


  • Saqib Ali
    Jul 26, 2011 - 1:07AM

    Imran Khan is the best and perhaps the last option for Pakistan. His party , PTI, has the right people and agenda.

    Those people who raised questions regarding the implemention methods then please try to follow the talk shows Imran Khan and other prominent PTI leaders take part in. They have been explaining their program for the last year or so but still I am amazed that people ask how Imran Khan will carry out his agenda. If you are still not satisfied then in a week or two, PTI will release its first 90 day program. Please read it.

    @Nadeem Ahmed,

    I do not know that particular incident but is that the only thing you can think of? What about Shaukat Khanum cancer hospital? or the Namal College? or the massive aid collection by Imran Khan for flood affectees? Bhai Jaan please try to be objective and look at the positive sides. No one is an angel. Do you expect angels to come down and run Pakistan?


  • Khalid
    Jul 26, 2011 - 2:13AM

    It is indeed shocking that even after nearly 64 years of existence as a nation Pakistan remains in the process of being ‘saved’. Earlier misgovernance led to its breakup in two. I wonder what we are in for now. I wish someone offered real solutions to the problems we face rather than simplistic cure-alls bandied about to fool everybody for some more time.


  • Nadeem Ahmed
    Jul 26, 2011 - 3:09AM

    @ Zia ur Rehman, Sir, 2008 elections were NRO tainted and 46% bogus votes..right..Future elections will be under Zardari with 90% bogus votes..What will Imran do…participate?


  • SaudiRules
    Jul 26, 2011 - 3:45AM

    I was going to go to the rally but it was too hot. I think Imran should grow a long beard, that way his inner(taliban) and outer self will be in harmony!


  • Jul 26, 2011 - 4:15AM

    He is a good man. Remember Pakistanis must remember one thing like JFK said’ Ask not what your country has done for you ask what you are doing for your country ‘. Something like that. If you support this man atleast you will not have a corrupt leader. And he will run the country efficiently. It takes courage to run a hospital like he is doing without expecting anything in return.


  • Nadeem Ahmed
    Jul 26, 2011 - 8:07AM

    Those who go to Imran’s gatherings are cricket loving young kids. Unfortunately these kids have no votes and to vote they need to be over 18, but once they are over 18, they become wise enough to not to vote him.Recommend

  • zia ur rehman
    Jul 26, 2011 - 8:55AM

    @Nadeem Ahmed:
    this is what “Hakumat hatao mulk bachao” movement all about for… hold free and fair election under supervision of supreme court and caretaker setup!!! i hope it will happen early in next year,,,, inshallah!!!!!Recommend

  • Umeed
    Jul 26, 2011 - 10:21AM

    East to West . . . .Imran Khan is the Best!
    Vote Imran Khan save your Soul, Honor and Protect your Country from corruption and deception! Last chance for democracy. People from all backgrounds, young and old will vote for Imran Khan as they trust him the most!!


  • nahdia
    Jul 26, 2011 - 11:58AM

    Imran khan zindabadRecommend

  • xiaahmad
    Jul 26, 2011 - 1:16PM

    otherwise dont complain about corrupt leaders


  • umair mahmood
    Jul 26, 2011 - 2:46PM

    I think the only thing that now stands between imran and power are supporters who just don’t vote.

    Its nice that we have identified him as our leader, but we should also learn and show other supporters on HOW to vote for him; the process is kind of crappy.


  • Javid ali
    Jul 26, 2011 - 4:00PM

    I truly appreciate the way Mr. Imran khan is struggling now a days. I have nothing but to wish this spectacular LEADER. I assure that i will vote u. InshAllah

    Warm regards
    Javid ali


  • Kamran
    Jul 26, 2011 - 5:17PM

    There is no doubt that Imran Khan is better than the rest. At least he is not corrupt and we know when he decides to do a thing, the ALMIGHTY helps him bcoz of his strong determination and faith.
    Imran Khan is my choice. But I request all the supporters of Imran Khan to cast their votes too. Esa na ho k wo sirf facebook aur internet per imran ki support hi krte reh jaenRecommend

  • anis
    Jul 26, 2011 - 5:29PM

    Imran bhai i fully support you. you r our only hope. please rise to th occasion and save this country from looters and plunderers of our wealth. my whole family supports you and will vote for you. may ALLAH ALMIGHTY bless you. ameen


  • Nadeem Bajwa
    Jul 26, 2011 - 9:50PM

    This is how Allah rewards hard work. He slogged away for fifteen years having started an ideology based party from scratch. The usual sharks were there to gobble him up but Imran persevered in the face of all obstacles. If all his current opinion poll statistics translate into a corresponding vote bank he will win the next elections by a landslide inshaAllah.


    Jul 26, 2011 - 10:23PM

    @ Nadeem Ahmed

    Sir I do not like cricket but I would love to vote for Imran. Just Think: a man is sacrificing his everything to get you people rid of corrupt system but you are bent on proving that no body gonna vote for him. Even if Imran secured a single seat in the elections, this will be our success; the struggle will go on culminating in the final success of PTI and the people of Pakistan. It is just a month that PTI started ‘save Pakistan movement’ and you see how people flocked to hear him. We will fight till the end even if it takes us decades. I request all the PTI supporters here to work in their respective areas to create vote bank for the PTI. Mere writing a comment here would not suffice. To achieve something substantial you must spare some time to do practical work only then would it be possible to eliminate the corrupt demagogues.


  • Saladin
    Jul 26, 2011 - 11:18PM

    @Nadeem Ahmed:
    Dear Mr. Nadeem,

    You are indeed mistaken. I am not too sure about what incident you are referring to, but it is NOW that Pakistan needs him most and that he is ready to spend his 60’s in its service. You should atleast respect the FACT that he is trying, raising his voice against all evils. Remember, one who does not even condemn oppression in his heart, is part of the crime, let alone his voice and his hand. He is condemning it with heart, his voice, his sweat, his wealth along with a huge number of people. No regrets if he loses, no regrets if he has to face corrupt elections and back out. Atleast he tried, atleast he made an effort unlike you. Look at yourself, and then judge others. Even his opponents do not judge his intentions, show me one politician out there with that quality.

    And Allah judges based on intentions, he along with his followers will be rewarded for their intentions, not your 2 cents.


  • Saladin
    Jul 26, 2011 - 11:29PM


    You need to seriously follow him before passing statements. How is he going to help the poor? By generating jobs. How will he he generate jobs? By exploiting Pakistani resources. Why haven’t other politicians done so? Because they are corrupt. Who will give him money to create jobs and invest in Pakistan? Myself and an innumerable number of expatriate Pakistanis are ready to assist in any way possible. Can these expats bring a change? You are living on $ 12+ billion dollar yearly on these expats, its not the IMF bringing in those foregin reserves. How did China transform its economy initially? It grew due to foregin investment from Non-resident Chinese, and same with India

    If you look at Pakistan from the outside on a macro level, it is indeed blessed with many resources. Only if we get rid of corruption to a significant level make every sector functional, i.e. Agriculture, Railways, PIA, Steel Mills, Wapda with ample check and balance, no one can stop us from being successfull.


  • Aadersh
    Jul 26, 2011 - 11:39PM

    @Nadeem Ahmed people like yOu will sink Pakistan…


  • zia ur rehman
    Jul 27, 2011 - 12:19AM

    @Nadeem Ahmed:
    yea….. they will be wise enough to vote for thugs and hypocrites like pml, mqm , ppp!!!!! lol


  • My Name is Khan
    Jul 27, 2011 - 2:02AM

    If Imran Khan is the last hope for Pakistan then I am sure most of my relatives will decide to move. He may not be corrupt but he’s an idiot. He sympathizes with terrorists and has no clue about foreign relations or the economy. We are a sad lot of Imran Khan is the last hope.

    Please, can a real leader stand up?


  • Cautious
    Jul 27, 2011 - 6:10AM

    How is he going to help the poor? By generating jobs. How will he he generate jobs? By exploiting Pakistani resources.
    That sounds grand — but what untapped resources is he going to develop — where is he going to get the capital — who is he going to sell these resources to? I have never met a politician who wasn’t for jobs and I have never met a politician who ever ran a business or actually created a bona-fide job. Khan is no different.
    Who will give him money to create jobs and invest in Pakistan? Myself and an innumerable number of expatriate Pakistanis are ready to assist in any way possible. ..
    No offense but that’s nonsense. Pakistan already relied on significant remittances from expatriates — but those remittances go to their families not the State — in short they do nothing directly to raise capital.
    ..Khans isn’t going to get a dime from the outside World – nor the expatriate community – and if he’s serious about raising capital and ending corruption then he’s going to have to raise taxes and make all Pakistani’s pay them —- and to be blunt Pakistani’s love to complain about corruption but most have no problem paying bribes and cheating on taxes – so I would not hold my breath waiting for that approach to raise significant sums.Recommend

  • Jul 27, 2011 - 6:51AM

    Mr my name is Khan,why are you the lone decenting voice,the party popper?I know why?I have heard him on Mr Fareed Zakaria interview,he had no clue how he would deal with Extremeist,radicals,Taliban,suicide killers,and Mullahas who have no use for Shias,Ahmedaiyas,Ismealia Muslims,not to mention Sikhs,hindus,and Christians?Oh,once Americans are gone,kicked out ,no need for any money,as ,education,health care is free in well fare state,I forget.For hobby the LET’ will trade in their guns for”kabutur(pegion) and take to flying kite,and learn break dancing and dance with RSS and bjp and other assorted kafirs of IndiaThey will be ‘peacenik’ and import pictures of Mahatma Gandhi,these pictures have been in surplus,in kafirlstan(INDIA).What a naive idea to put Imran Khan, as P.M.,he will be a match for India’s Amul Baba.Why am I,raining in on your parade.It will be scene for a life time,Kumbaya,kumbaya,happy days are here again,REJOICE!


  • Saladin
    Jul 27, 2011 - 7:46AM

    It is evident that your knowledge of basic economics is sub-par but I will try to help you a little. What resources? Reko Diq, Thar Coal, Textile, Agriculture. On top of this, Pakistan has immense potential of utilizing the current agricultural infrastructure to raise crop yields and benefit from all time high food prices. By becoming lesser dependent on energy related imports, Pakistan can significantly improve its balance of payments. During Musharraf era, Pakistan witnessed rapid growth. Why? Investors were confident he was working towards a lesser corrupt governance system while inducing political stability. Pakistan is blessed with the biggest capital of qualified and unskilled labor. If put to proper use, it can yield great results. Only if this political turmoil and electricity issues can be sorted, Pakistan will regain much of its lost economy. There are many ways to attract FDI including the above mentioned. How would he attract expat money? He could offer partnership in infrastructure projects by building investment councils for expats. These expats, can have a major stake in Pakistans economy by purchasing treasury notes. Real estate is another great sector for expats to invest in. Again, all this is only possible if there is transparency, less corruption and good policies. @Cautious:


  • paindo
    Jul 27, 2011 - 8:37AM

    clean man of pakistan, we are with you.


  • Jul 27, 2011 - 8:56AM

    I don’t know how people see him as some kind of greater good at default. He’s doing what all politicians do. He is preaching to the choir. He is taking all of the most common views and saying he’ll make it happen. If it got them votes, a corrupt politician wouldn’t hesitate to claim the same things he does. However, you’ll even find bad politicians being smarter in that respect. They’ll usually choose a smaller, more realistic, number of issues to champion. The only way to tell the sincere from the corrupt is to hear how they plan to go about doing the things they say. That’s how you find out if they gave it any thought and is grounded in reality. Since the corrupt one never really meant it, he won’t have much of an answer up until the end and when he enters his position he goes about his selfish motives. The ones who are your actual hope of the change you seek will be able to pull a plan out almost instantly and it will follow a realistic path of actions leading up to the end. Imran Khan actually falls into a special category. He feeds off of the flattery he gets and in striving for more, he keeps piling more and more claims on top of each other and gives a plan that does not follow a realistic progression.
    To make it a bit more simple, what the result of that is: he’ll fail at everything but the public speeches and his obsessed following will accept every excuse without question for his failing to deliver.
    That makes him a terrible choice. Even the corrupt have an agenda. They’ll accomplish one thing or another. Imran Khan is just a tease taking advantage of the hope of the desperate and miserable. Instead of people complaining about the corrupt politician… With Imran Khan they’re just going to be lifted up and slammed brutally to the floor, killing the last bit of hope people have because of how flawless he is seen as. Nobody will measure up to the image or be trusted afterwards. Nobody will ever be as good as the worst thing that happened to you. That will not be remotely easy to bounce back from. Imran Khan is not the savior of Pakistan. He is the final nail in the coffin in disguise.


  • Syed Qalb-e-Abbas
    Jul 27, 2011 - 10:51AM

    sure he seems to be the ‘best’ of the current lot of politicians, coz he is going out of the way, he is once again showing us the dreams that we are very fond to see… but what concrete plans does he really have ? Pakistan cannot survive on its own… living like an ostrich is good for nothing … how is he going to fight extremism and corruption ? and what support he has within his party ? surely he cannot win himself the whole national assembly…

    i think he will get at max 10 seats in the elections … which is certainly not good enuff, but it realy doesnt mean that votes are thrown away to already tested and crap politicians…


  • mansour
    Jul 27, 2011 - 12:53PM

    You HAD to be there in person to see the impact of the rally. Men, women, children, teenagers, young adults– people of ALL ages were there looking for a change for a better Pakistan- not just young boys as some people think. I was there in person and I can tell you there were definitely 50,000 people, if not more. Those who didn’t go will not get a complete picture because the media didn’t cover this event properly and we all know why.


  • mansour
    Jul 27, 2011 - 12:58PM

    @Nadeem Ahmed:
    haha. were you there at the rally? i think not because i saw men women and children of ALL ages, not just young kids under 18! your comment is invalid purely because its a lie since you are not speaking as someone who was there at the rally. i am! the picture posted above shows people of all ages.


  • Dr Muneeb
    Jul 27, 2011 - 6:46PM

    @Nadeem Ahmed.. Its been more than 18 years since he retired from cricket. And the “cricket loving” youth youre talking about, hasn’t even seen him play. The youth that really is after him believes that he has a habit of fulfilling his promises; like the way he did by making SKCH&RC. When he started his movement of fund raising, everyone asked how could he provide free treatment for the needy.. And as a matter of fact, he accomplished it.
    You may vote for your favorite politician in the next elections, but the fact is that our country actually needs a massive change.. Be it in the form of Imran Khan, MQM or the Jamaat e Islami..Recommend

  • kaka
    Jul 27, 2011 - 8:19PM

    Imran khan is the only hope of pakRecommend

  • Susan Martenson
    Jul 27, 2011 - 10:28PM

    I would urge all Imran Khan supporters to only register their own vote but to start a campaign in their locality and on internet through which they should:

    1. urge relatives, friends, acqauntances, colleagues, neighbours, fellow passengers/travellers, fellow namazies in the mosques, fellow people in markets/bazaars/malls etc to register their vote and to vote for PTI/Imran Khan
    2. to print short urdu/pashto/balochi/hindko/sindhi/brahvi/punjabi/siraiki brochures introducting Imran Khan and PTI to the common man and also showing why the common man should vote for Imran Khan/PTI
    3. educate and practically help people to register their own vote and also those of their family, friends etc and to also encourage those people to start a similar campaign as the above one

    Good luck PTI members!


  • Saladin
    Jul 28, 2011 - 12:24AM

    May I ask who should be your [email protected]:


  • shahbaz kasana
    Jul 28, 2011 - 3:46PM

    i will organise PTI in all over FaisalabadRecommend

  • M.Aslam
    Jul 30, 2011 - 5:18PM

    We love IK. He has succeeded in giving a vision to the youth, now it’s our duty to wake up others. Lot of hard work is required for success, we’ll have to work for him, to make pakistan a welfare state, where there is rule of law.


  • Jul 31, 2011 - 2:38PM

    We love you Imran khan,


  • Haq Nawaz Jamali
    Aug 2, 2011 - 10:08PM

    Those who support democracy, must support Imran Khan, Because he is the current best. Support Imran and strengthen his team. Imran Khan & Tahreek -e- Insaaf Zinda Abad.Recommend

  • Salman Zafar
    Aug 3, 2011 - 4:36AM

    Plz vote fr Imran.


  • Dr Qamar Illahi Shaikh
    Aug 3, 2011 - 11:00AM

    Imran Khan is a man of vision, he is inteligent, honest and Committed man. But what make me afraid is the team of persons he will have for his mission should have nearly the same qualities as he is having otherwise it will be difficult for him to go ahead the way he wants and it will be a great dilemma for us as a nation if he doesnot get this team, but InshaAllah with the help of God he will do it.


  • muhammad zeeshan
    Aug 8, 2011 - 5:35PM



  • akbarali
    Sep 2, 2011 - 3:03AM

    akbar ali sialkot PTI NO 1


  • waheed khattak
    Sep 2, 2011 - 12:21PM

    Khan go ahead every one of the country is with you, the time has came to windup the boori bistra of all crupt personnels by their own. Gerthi hoi dhewaron ko aik dhaka our tho. please hurry up it is not the time of waiting more beaucas each and every system in PAKISTAN is going badly down day by day. Recommend

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