There is no change in Pakistan without free and fair elections, the Protests will continued

FAISALABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan said on Sunday that no power in the world can stop workers from creating a new Pakistan and no change could come to Pakistan without free and fair elections.

He said that people rejected Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN)’s circus and participated in PTI’s rally.

Addressing rally at Dhobi Ghat ground of Faisalabad, he said that PMLN has no idea of PTI’s passion.

He said that PMLN thinks that everyone can be bought off but they don’t realize that passion cannot be bought. He said that youngsters are with him even though his party never tried to buy them off through laptop schemes or youth festivals.

He said that his party will bring system of justice in the country. He reiterated that the system of disbelief can work but a system with injustice cannot.

PTI Chief said that load shedding continues even though Nawaz Sharif paid the energy debts and increased power tariff.

He said that he had challenged the government that if they hand over electricity production and distribution to PTI’s government, they will bring down electricity prices and stop electricity theft. He said that Nawaz Sharif did not accept his challenge.

He said that change cannot come until transparent elections take place.

Khan said that those who came to power through illegitimate means cannot give anything to the nation. He said that the government broke all records of debts by putting on fifty billion dollar debt in one year.

He said if voter identification is verified in four constituencies, things will become clear. He reiterated that the real challenge for Pakistanis is corruption.

He said that he will show how to collect tax by bringing big guns into the tax net. He said that money collected from people will be spent on people.

Senior PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Sunday dispelled the impression that there was any threat to democracy due to his party’s ongoing protest against alleged vote fraud.

He explained that his party went to court against election rigging, but justice was not done.

Today’s massive show has proved that Faisalabad is a fort of PTI, not stronghold of PML-N.

“People don’t need metro train. They need food, shelter and clothes,” he said.

Awami Muslim League (AML) head Sheikh Rashid said that it would be forbidden to sit in the assembly if rigging was proved even in one constituency.

“If we have to save Pakistan, people need to hit the streets with Imran Khan,” said Rashid while addressing a gathering at PTI’s rally in Faisalabad.

He stated that Nawaz Sharif’s government was a message of death to laborers. “Pakistan is being ruled by a few families,” he said.

The AML said that Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had confessed his involvement in money laundering.

He hinted at staging a decisive rally in Islamabad after the Eid ul Uzha by sacrifice.