Imran Khan says PTI will force the government to step out

January 4th, 2012 by | No Comment |

Imran Khan says PTI will force the government to step out


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has claimed that he will force the current government in the country to step out or face 'civil disobedience.'


According to Imran, "The government has failed to resolve public issues, and is backtracking on all accounts — economy, defence, good governance and its policies. We are considering large-scale strikes and acts of civil disobedience, including surrounding
the President and Prime Minister houses."


PTI will be holding a meeting on Saturday, January 14, 2012 in order to discuss a few important things including the actions against the government, which has failed to guide the country out of crisis.


Furthermore Imran added, "The CEC (Central Executive Committee) would also discuss party’s internal issues, including nomination of office bearers, fielding of candidates in important constituencies and future strategy for kicking off a new campaign for
registration of workers. Over two dozen new members will be the part of the CEC from January 14. Majority of them are former lawmakers who have recently joined the party."


Imran was confident that people of Pakistan will support him in the actions against the corrupt politicians.


The PTI leaders have been asking the youth to back them in order to steer the country out of crisis. Imran himself has a lot of faith in the young generation of Pakistan and has said on numerous occasions that the tsunami of change will be led
by the new 
generation.


Imran has gained a lot of popularity in recent times and that has caused a lot of issues for some of the established parties like the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP).


However, both the rival parties, especially PML-N have been trying to malign PTI, saying different things against the most popular party in the country.


Despite that, PTI has continued to gain popularity amongst the people of Pakistan. Critics believe that Imran will bring real democracy to the country, where everyone will be provided with the necessities of life.


The most popular party in the country has expressed it's power in the major cities of Pakistan, which are Lahore and Karachi. The rallies conducted in both cities were sucessful and were an eye opener for the rival parties.

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