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Adamant to topple PM, Imran speaks of widespread revamp in state institutions

KARACHI: PTI chief Imran Khan on Sunday sought pledge from masses to do away with slavery and suppression of the rulers, ARY News reported.

Addressing his supporters at a mammoth public gathering at Mazar-e-Quaid, he emphasized upon people to try bringing change through their vote and fight against the corruption practices of rigging.

He reiterated that campaign against the government won’t end until Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigned.

“God willing (Inshallah), we will form a new Pakistan. I dream of a Pakistan where foreign embassies would proud working in Pakistan,” he told his supporters.

Currently, he said, there is a rule of jungle being followed in the country.

Fireworks after Imran Khan's speech at rally venue - Mazar-e-Quaid.

Fireworks after Imran Khan’s speech at rally venue – Mazar-e-Quaid.

He said he had not seen farmers being oppressed so badly in any country than Pakistan. He sought pledge of the people to fight against the oppression of the rulers.

Imran said, “We need to raise and improve three segments of society”,

  • Teachers/professors
  • Revamp in police (making them depoliticized and unbiased)
  • Judges facilitation (raising their salaries. Until their working conditions are made better, society cannot flourish)

Imran said police should be depoliticized to let the society working. He vowed to bring big positive changes in the society.

Referring Maulana Fazlur Rehman as ‘Maulana Diesel’ at least thrice in his speech, he said he won’t forgive Maulana as he used derogatory language against PTI women and children in the Islamabad sit-in.

He lashed out at PM Nawaz, saying he was taking to reign time and again and plundering national wealth.

Imran said, “Everyone want to see Naya Pakistan’.

The PTI chief left the venue after his hardly 20-minute address (excluding prayer’s break) to his supporters as he had to leave for Islamabad.

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