Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that his party alone will bring change in the country, ruling out the possibility of alliance with any political party for the upcoming general polls.

While addressing a gathering, the cricket-turned-politician said office of the prime minister holds a heavy responsibility but his party would fulfill its obligations upon coming into power.

He was quite confident that the PTI would defeat all the opposition parties in the next general elections despite all political forces were uniting against his party.

In his view, the existing rulers of the country were not even capable of representing the people at the Union Council level.

Imran Khan ensured the masses that his party would make a new Pakistan in which there will be no place for corrupt people.

He noted, “The remedy for the country’s ills is only available with the PTI. We will eradicate the politics of money from the country. Pakistan can generate 3,000 megawatts of electricity by building small dams in Chitral alone and that huge reserves of coal were available in the country.”

The former captain made it clear that whatever is happening in Pakistan these days is not in the interest of the country.

Khan stated, “People ruling the country are scared of the US, and they always talk of themselves rather than the people of Pakistan. I get my guidance from the writings of Allama Iqbal, and not afraid of anyone except Allah Almighty.”

The former cricketing hero continued that all his dreams come true in the past, adding that he was quite optimistic that the dreams of building a new Pakistan would also become true in the next few months.

There was no shortage of resources in the country but only good governance and merit was required, he added.

Blaming the PML-N for violating merit, the former cricketer said that 25,000 people had been recruited in Punjab Police without merit during the government of Nawaz Sharif.

Khan further said that the rumor had been confirmed by former inspector general of police Abbas in his inquiry report.