Long March

Imran vows to impose educational emergency in state

ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan has vowed that his party, after coming into power, will impose educational emergency in the country, ARY News reported.

Addressing the participants at the PTI sit-in camp, Imran Khan vowed that his party will impose an educational emergency in the state and will educate the masses with the help of youngsters, after coming into power.

“The youngsters will be asked to leave the cities and set out to far-flung villages, with a mission to educate 55 lac children who are currently deprived of this basic facility, while a reformed system of justice will also be introduced across the country”, he added.

The PTI chairman said that the judges, police and teachers will be given highest salaries in order to improve the law and order and educational system of the country.

Referring to a televised interview of Punjab CM, Khan criticized Shahbaz Sharif for himself admitting that justice is no longer prevailing in Punjab.

He said if a man, who has been elected as the chief minister for six times, admits that there is no justice under his reign then there remains no moral authority for him to govern that province.

The cricketer-turned-politician once again rejected the media reports about a ‘London plan’, saying that only a fool can plan to stage a sit-in for as long as 50 days.

He told the participants, “When we had staged a sit-in here, our resources had ended in first few days but Almighty Allah helped us out and to the date numerous people are contributing millions of rupees for this struggle to continue”.

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