ISLAMABAD: In a brief video message, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan announced a public gathering in Sindh’s Sukkur city on Friday (tomorrow) while urging the people to take part in it, ARY News reported.
Announcing his arrival in Sukkur city, the PTI chairman says he could not able to pay a visit to Sindh, to interact with the masses as he had been engaged in his intensive struggle in the Panamagate case.
“I could not get a chance to interact with people of Sindh and hold public gatherings [in the province] as you all know we were busy in the Panamagate [case],” Khan remarked.
Calling upon people to participate in the party’s public gathering tomorrow, Khan said: “We will start a campaign for people residing in Sindh.”
“The prime objective of my visit is to raise awareness among the masses about their adverse situation and how they could get out of it,” Khan further says in his video message.
Khan said that he knows the situation in the province and he will speak on how it can be improved. “We will give our plan on how the people of Sindh can become prosperous; how the youth in the province can get jobs.”