Imran says 'now redirecting all focus to build KP'
“We have changed hospital conditions in the KP, while some historic revamps in different sectors are also under way,” he said while addressing Dharna Convention here in Islamabad.
Local government elections:
The PTI chief said his party was ready to hold local government elections in the KP, however the delay in this connection was only due to the Election Commission of Pakistan.
He vowed to make KP an ideal province where all fundamental rights will be given to every citizen.
Imran Khan reminded the government that PTI could still shut down Pakistan if judicial commission was not formed to probe election rigging.
He asked the supporters and leaders if they were ready to shut down Pakistan. All nodded and shouted in agreement.
The PTI chief said his party didn’t want people to face any problem. Instead, the government has already paralysed life by creating gas, petrol and water crisis in the country, he slammed.
“No one should have a misconception that PTI is backtracking on its word to build new Pakistan,” said Khan.
He announced that PTI is soon coming up with a new manifesto for tribal areas. He ruled out the notion that PTI sit-in which spanned over 130 days in Islamabad was ‘scripted’.
“We were initially accused of acting on a script. I assure you that even Einstein could not have written any such script,” maintained Khan.
Thank you, Mr. Prime Minister:
He thanked the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ‘for letting PTI to wake up the nation in 126 days.’
Imran said the sit-in was historic as we sat on a street for 126 days. Hitting out at PML-N leader, Khan said 2015 is the year when Rana Sanaullah will go behind bars, for arrest and torture on PTI workers during party’s protest in Faisalabad.
He referred to PTI activists as ‘Tiger Force’ and thanked them for their struggle against the poor governance system of the country.
Regarding Naya Pakistan, he reiterated every citizen will have equal rights in Naya Pakistan. Khan said Nawaz Sharif had shut down Pakistan in the guise of petrol crisis.
PTI sit-ins have made the realities of other political parties clear, said the PTI chief, adding his party was working to expel idle workers from the PTI and induct new ones.
He said: I talked about every institution and segment, but I didn’t mention journalists. Now I demand all rights for working journalists and their wage awards should be given to them.”
He regretted the Peshawar school attack in strongest terms. “We ended our sit-in the very day of the school massacre to join national action against terrorists,” said Khan.