He said his party would not balk to take action against the pastors if they were found demanded in corruption. Speaking at a public rally in Panyala, the native village of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the PTI chief said that not only government officials but ministers, MNAs and MPAs would be brought to justice for their misconducts.
“We will help the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa eliminate the unfair system and give a new Pakistan to the youth of the country,” Imran said. He added that PTI had won elections on the mottoes of change and that the provincial government would set the common law of transparent and efficient government.
Imran desired other provinces would follow the example of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government. He requested the masses to exercise patience, adding, “The steps PTI-led provincial government is taking will bear fruits in the near future.”
“The people will see a marked change in the system and governance in six months,” he went on to add. Imran said the real change would apparent itself after the election of the local government for which homework for the needed lawmaking had been completed. “People would be free to decide their fate. They will control education, health and patrolling in their areas,” Imran said. He said MPAs and MNAs would have nothing to do with the development funds and it would be on the administration of the elected representatives at the local level.
“Delegating the authority of the utilisation of the development funds to the legislators corrupted the system and created a huge gap between the electorate and their representatives,” he opined.
The PTI chief said politicians were becoming richer while the masses find it difficult to make both ends meet. He said that those who could not afford to purchase a bicycle had imported cars in their garages. He said that diesel permits had not benefited masses but some politicians had amassed money through these permits. “PTI is fighting for the bright future of the youth of this country and is banking on them for the successful completion of its mission,” he added. Coming down hard on the religio-political leaders, he said they should shun the politics of fatwas or decrees. “Islam does not authorise anyone to exclude anyone from its fold,” he said.
Online/INP add: Imran claimed that he converted four non-Muslims into Islam. He said Allah Almighty alone would decide who was a faithful Muslim, as no Mullah had the right to question anyone’s faith.
Khan claimed that PTI would curb the cruelty from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), adding local bodies system would be introduced within two days.“I challenge that the difference between KP and other provinces will be clear within six months,” he said.
The PTI chairman maintained that the time of those who sold their conscientious in the name of Islam for ‘land cruisers and diesel’ had gone. Talking about war on terror, PTI chairman reminded that he repeatedly demanded that Pakistan should come out of this war but no one heard.
Imran said the KP government would introduce new laws and bring an end to Thana, culture and Patwari culture which is making people run from foundation to uphill’s. He said they would eliminate this system of oppressiveness and growth from KP.
“There is huge difference in the acts and deeds of those who are so-called champions of Islamic system and people have fully realized this,” the PTI chief said.He said, “Our religious leaders and scholars were those whose practical work motivated people to embrace Islam.” He said the youth would have to get rid of the so-called champions of Islam, who are hungry of power only.
He said the day was not far off when there would be peace in KP and in Pakistan as well.He promised that his party would provide clean drinking water in DI Khan and announced to construct sports grounds in every Tehsil of the province.Former Deputy Speaker of National Assembly Faisal Karim Kundi, PTI candidate Dawar Kundi and others were also present on the function.
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