Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan Imran Khan Saturday promised thousands of his supporters to make Pakistan a corruption-free country, also taking pledge from them that they also not indulge in corrupt practices.

 

Speaking at a big public meeting at Minar-e-Pakistan, the PTI chief said that six promises with the nation to build a new Pakistan.

 

“I will always speak truth with nation and will stand with oppressed class”.

 

Imran Khan said he will have no property or assets outside Pakistan and will live and die in the country.

 

He pledged that he will never benefit from power and will not allow any of his relatives to benefit from his being in power. He will not make factories after coming in to power.

 

 

He will protect money of public taxes and will not allow anyone to evade tax or spend it on luxuries. He said he will build play grounds and turn Governor House building into a library.

 

 

Imran Khan said he will also stand against the brutalities on overseas Pakistanis. He pledged that promises made in the manifesto would be fulfilled.

 

In his address‚ Shah Mahmood Qureshi said if voted to power‚ his party will end traditional politics and build a new Pakistan.

 

He said in 1940 people supported for Pakistan and today people demanded to build a new Pakistan.

 

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said PTI has become a force to bring to an end the traditional politics of turns.

 

He said the country is passing through a critical time with high poverty and inflation rates and dilapidated economy. Only PTI can change the circumstances in Imran Khan’s leadership.

 

He said PTI elected their representatives through intra-party elections and today 80‚000 elected representatives including 23‚000 females are in front of the public.

 

He said that he was criticized when he decided to join Imran Khan at a time when he had offers from PML-N and PPP. Now his decision has proven correct. He asked public to vote for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf if they want change in the country.

 

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