PTI struggles for a respectable Pakistan: Imran
ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has said that PTI is struggling for a new and respectable Pakistan to secure bright future for young generation.
Addressing public meetings during his election campaign in Lahore, he said PTI want such a Pakistan, which provides aid to poor countries as well as restoration of Pakistani passport's credibility in the world.
He assured that if elected to power, the PTI would put Pakistan on its own feet and make Pakistanis a great nation.
Imran Khan said upcoming general election would be a great opportunity for the people to get rid of those looting and plundering the country's recourse and public money for the last 30 years.
Chairman PTI urged the public to vote for his party on 25th of this month, for making a new Pakistan.