Imran says will bring 'new faces' in Sindh through LG polls

SHIKARPUR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said people of Sindh want ‘Tabdeeli’ (change) the most, ARY News reported.

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During his visit to Sukkur, Mr. Khan said his party would award tickets to candidates on the basis of merit.

He announced to give tickets to new people in Sindh on merit for upcoming local government elections.

In his press talk, the PTI chief said he invites Rangers to Khyber Pakhtonkhwa if anyone believes that the KP government was not going after the corrupt elements.

He said corruption was the biggest problem in Sindh and its people want to get rid of it.

Answering a question, Khan said the chief election commissioner Sardar Raza Khan has assured him that the Election Commission would address the PTI’s concerns.

He insisted that PTI wants by-elections under neutral umpires.


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