Division is only between tyrant and opressed, says Imran
UMER KOT: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan has said that the people are talking of parting Sindh, but he has come to unite the people together. He warned that if the Local Body (LB) polls were rigged, then the people will take to the streets – ARY News reports.
According to details, PTI organized a massive public meeting here on Monday, addressing which Imran Khan excused his supporters for Tsunami's failure in reaching Sindh during the May 11 general elections last year. He vowed that PTI candidates will contest the next elections from every district of the province.
The Chairman PTI said that the division in Pakistan is only between the tyrant and the oppressed, not among Sindhi, Balochi or Punjabi. He added that PTI wants to unite everyone and provide them justice.
He stated that PTI accepted the May 11 elections, but it does not accept rigging. If the votes in 4 NA constituencies are verified, then it will prove that a historical rigging took place and if it is repeated in the LB elections, then the people will take to streets, Khan warned.
Speaking about corruption in the state, Imran Khan criticized that accountability is being done since years, but corruption is as it is.
He claimed to bring such an accountability system in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) that the ministers will also not be spared there.