SARGODHA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said on Monday that the upcoming general elections will change the fate of masses, Newsone reported.
“Upcoming general election will decide the fate of the country as it is the no common election,” said Imran while addressing a press conference in Sargodha.
Cricketer-turned politician said that Pakistan’s exports have decreased while the country is under the debt of Rs27 billion.
PTI chief said that the status quo in a country’s political scenario can be quite powerful and it can at times be a big hurdle in bringing change.
“Status quo is the big hurdle in changing the fate of the country, the newly elected party have to face challenges when it makes it to the centre,” he added.
The PTI chairman further welcomed those who have been awarded tickets and also apologized to those who have not been awarded party ticket.
Earlier in a day Imran Khan visited Dargah Sial Sharif, where he requested Sahibzada Qasim Sialvi to support him in the polls ahead.