Imran Khan’s tsunami hits the coasts of Makran
Despite heavy rain in the city, Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) held a massive public gathering in Quetta on Friday and its Chairman, Imran Khan promised that he will work for the betterment of the masses of Baluchistan and Pakistan after coming to power.
The situation in Baluchistan has been extremely poor since last one decade and it is considered to be the deprived province of the country. At the present moment, there are separatist movements running in the province and some of the tribal chiefs want to
make Baluchistan an independent state.
In such pathetic circumstances, no political party has shown enough courage in recent times to hold a public procession in the province, which could infuse some hope in the people.
On top of that, it has been raining in Quetta since last couple of days but PTI did not back off from its plan and continued to prepare for the event.
In his speech, Imran slammed the incompetent politicians of the province and expressed that the tried and tested people cannot bring prosperity in the region, which has been blessed with all kinds of natural resources.
The cricketer turned politician said that Mian Nawaz Sharif is responsible for the current situation of Baluchistan because he advised some mainstream parties to boycott the elections, when he was leading All Parties Democratic Movement (APDM).
The Chairman PTI emphasized on education and revealed that his top priority will be education and if he comes to power, he will hold dialogues with all the troubled and angry Baloch people.
Imran is of the opinion that the people of Pakistan do not trust Asif Ali Zardari, Yousuf Raza Gillani and Nawaz Sharif. He feels that the people must choose honest leadership, if they want the country to move forward in the right direction.
Former World Cup winning captain concluded his speech by revealing that his party is going to hold huge public gathering in Rawalpindi in the month of May.
Since last one year, PTI has gained immense momentum and only time will that it is able to keep up with the pace till the next general elections or not.