FAISALABAD: Imran Khan said that no change could come to Pakistan without free and honest elections.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had Imran Khan said that no change could come to Pakistan without free and honest elections.

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Coming up to thousands of supporters in Faisalabad, Khan said that no power can block people from preparing a new Pakistan. He slammed PML-N for its endeavors to deflect people from attending the PTI’s rally. I want to tell the PML-N that there is no price of passion and political orientation,” he stated.

“A year has gone by since the establishment of PML-N government, simply in that respect is no positive change in the state,” he stated.

“Laptops are being administered to buy yours. I desire to ask youth if they are getting jobs,” he demanded.

 “I am the only politician who is given money to run the Shaukat Khanum Hospital.”Khan stated that the PML-N government broke all records of foreign loans in just one year instead of giving out the begging bowl. He pledged that he would assess the rich after getting into force

The PTI chief said that money collected in the form of taxes would be spent on people. “Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has ordered two BMW vehicles at the cost of Rs220 million.  Are we all rich?

“The largest problem being faced by Pakistan is family limited politics. This is not a democracy, it is a monarchy,” he argued.

“I am speaking close to re-opening of four constituencies’ voters. Massive rigging has been borne out in every constituency we have unfolded so far,” he argued.

Khan accused PML-N, former chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and Geo News of rigging the elections and called for action under Article 6 against them after a probe. He announced that PTI would stage its next rally in Sialkot on June 7

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