Imran Khan says ‘in Karachi to unite people as one nation

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan Sunday said the oppressors are united and they have created divisions among the people to make political gains.

“I am here to unite people as one nation,” Imran Khan vowed while addressing a huge rally near Quaid’s mausoleum here.

He said the people were divided to make political gains. “I am here to make Sindhis, Mohajirs, Baloch, Pakhtuns, and Punhabis one nation,” he vowed.

Imran Khan asked the participants of the rally to promise him never to tolerate oppression. “We will build a nation as envisioned by Quaid-e-Azam.”
He pledged to eliminate the politics of extortion and killings.

Imran Khan said his protest campaign would not end till the time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif quits office.

Khan said all elections with the exception of 1970’s were rigged.

He said all elections with the exception of 1970’s were rigged but not a single person had ever been caught.

He said a country run by a corrupt government has no future and promised to bring rule of law in Pakistan.

“Pakistani nation will not forgive ‘Maulana Diesel’ for the remarks he made against the mothers and sisters who came out in support of PTI,” he said.

He said false promises were made in the name of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, adding ‘Sindhi brothers be ready Imran Khan is coming to you’.

“We will rid the country of dynastic politics and introduce a system based on merit.”