If elected, PTI to enhance country's income by eliminating corruption: Imran
ISLAMABAD: PTI Chief Imran Khan has said his party, if voted to power, will promote tourism industry in the country.
Addressing a public gathering at Nathia Galli this evening, he said the God has bestowed Galliyat with more beauty than Switzerland, which earns more from tourism than Pakistan gets from its entire exports. He said Pakistan can earn massively from tourism.
Imran Khan said four tourist resorts will be established every year and institutions to train youth about tourism be opened.
He said availability of essential items will be ensured at affordable prices to facilitate common people of Pakistan.
The PTI Chief urged people to come out on Election Day and vote for his party candidates for better future.
Later, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has said that political awareness has increased among people and now they cannot be fooled.
Addressing a public gathering at Shahdarra in Lahore, he said that money laundering worth ten billion rupees is taking place in Pakistan every year.
Paying rich tribute to the political services of Nelson Mandela, he said that this great leader rose for the emancipation of the people.
ECP sends notice to PTI Chief for using unethical language against other political parties
The Election Commission of Pakistan has sent notice to PTI Chief Imran Khan for using unethical language against other political parties.
The commission will hear the matter tomorrow (Thursday).