Addressing PTI’s large public gathering in Bakrani taluka’s Ali Abad village near Moenjodaro airport road, Larkana, Khan said ‘Go Nawaz Go’ slogan had now reached Sindh. And soon, he expressed, that ‘Go Zardari Go’ slogan will soon take momentum in the province.
The PTI chief said both the leaders – Nawaz and Zardari – are protecting the status-quo and current shambling governance system of Pakistan for their own safety and interests.
He said: “We won’t let Sindh to be divided at any cost”
The PTI chief added that Kalabagh Dam will not be constructed until people of Sindh give project the go-ahead.
He promised the people he would let people get their rights. “We will ensure lands and other resources to peasants of Sindh”.
Imran vowed support to all minorities of Sindh, including Hindus and Chiristains.
Imran sought people’s opinion whether they were ready for new Pakistan and new Sindh.
He stressed upon masses to gear up for November 30 rally in Islamabad.
In a veiled criticism to Sindh Assembly resolution against him, he said he was happy that the provincial assembly passed resolution that implied “Imran is doing something right.”
He asked rally participants whether they were getting health facilities, merit in jobs and other fundamental rights in Sindh.
PPP has taken six terms in Sindh and they failed to deliver. Will they be able to improve living conditions on the seventh term, he asked.
How those leaders could turn Sindh into developed province who were indulged in corruption, ignoring merit in employments and trampling upon rights of the poor people, he questioned.
He said he had arrived in Sindh after waking up people of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtonkhwa.
He expressed surprise that recently robbers in Sindh staged sit-in as police were extorting money from the Sindh. “How could people trust police if they were themselves involved in corrupt practices under the patronage of political leaders,” he said.
He highlighted police KP was working in the most transparent manner. He vowed to same fair police structure in Sindh that will protect and facilitate people.
He said 6 million children in Sindh were out of schools. He said PTI would address this issue by bringing local government system in the province.
Imran asked why the PPP held LG elections in Sindh. He criticized rulers for privatizing OGDCL for their own vested interests.
He said the Almighty Allah has bestowed Sindh with immense resources. PTI chief said huge tonnes of coal reserves were existing in Sindh. “People of the desert region don’t even know that they were living in a treasure of ‘black gold’.”