Imran Khan announces 100 days agenda post election, If makes centre

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has  released  its 100-day agenda if the party managed to form the government after the next general elections.


Senior PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi announced his party’s agenda at a ceremony held in Islamabad on Sunday.

“One the main agendas of the PTI government will be to merge FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,” he said. “We will abolish FCR without any delay.”

“Our government will launch a mega development program,” he said.

“We also intent to carve out a new province for the southern region in Punjab,” he said, adding that “time has come to address the prevailing sense of deprivation in South Punjab.”

He said that his government would heal the wounds of Balochistan. “Promises are made about Balochistan but they are not kept,” he opined.

About Karachi, he said the PTI intends to crack down on qabza mafia in Karachi. “The first priority will be to restore peace and stability in Karachi.”

The PTI government will provide a complete transport system in Karachi. “We will bring an empowered local government system in Karachi

The PTI chief said the purpose of the plan is to depoliticise the bureaucracy.

Imran Khan further said that his party wants to make Pakistan a welfare state.

Earlier in the ceremony, the PTI leaders spoke to the gathering and revealed details of the plan.

The 100-day plan presents the idea of generating 10 million jobs within five years. It also aims to give complete autonomy to Southern Punjab.

According to the Prime Minister Housing Scheme under the plan, five million houses will be built.


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