"I will do what Quaid-e-Azam wanted to do." Imran Khan address a big rally in karachi

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan on Sunday promised the nation on Quaid's birth anniversary that he will fulfill the dream of the Founder of the nation, saying "I will do what Quaid-e-Azam wanted to do." Addressing thousands of his supporters at a grand rally near the Quaid's mausoleum here on Sunday, he said: "I promise on Quaid-e-Azam's birth anniversary that I will do what the Quaid-e-Azam wanted to do."Imran Khan in his speech punctuated with loud slogans of the cheering crowd and national songs, said he would introduce a strong justice system in Pakistan under which free justice would be provided to the poor."Quaid-e-Azam never wanted you to bow before anyone, I will ensure that you don't have to bow before anyone."He said today one more wicket fell today and announced that Pakistan People's Party leader Assef Ahmed had also joined PTI.Imran Khan promised to build a strong judicial system in the country under which free justice would be provided to the poor.He lamented that even animals had access to better justice in Europe than the human being in Pakistan.The PTI Chief said he would bring a team that will be selected on merit to transform Pakistan into a welfare state.He said this team would function under Jehangir Tareen to present economic policies, labour policies, tax reforms, education policies as well as foreign policies before the nation. There will be a policy paper on all issues, he added.Imran Khan announced that his government would organize two seminars every month to present his parties' policies."During Tehreek-e-Insaf rule a civil system will be introduced which will ensure that even Imran Khan's car is stopped for over-speeding."

He said Pakistan was supposed to become a welfare state, adding the very first welfare state of the world was formed during Khilafat-e-Rashida which was based on Islamic principles.

He said Tehreek-e-Insaf would root out corruption within 90 days and bring about reforms in the overall system.

He welcomed Javed Hashmi into the folds of Tehree-e-Insaf and hailed his 'bravery'.

Talking about agricultural reforms, Imran Khan said free seeds would provided to the farmers while fertilizers would supplied at cheap rates to maximize the produce.

Imran Khan said a Chinese company wanted to bring 19 billion dollar investment to Pakistan but it did not due to worst law and order situation in Karachi.

"You don't need a rocket science in Pakistan, just bring a team of honest leaders that carries out self accountablity," he asserted.

He promised that the major corruption will be eliminated within 90 days of coming into power. Pakistan suffers a loss of 300 crores per day, he regretted.

"The days of Zardari's rule are numbered, so do not worry."

Speaking about Balochistan, he said: "We will seek forgiveness from Balochistan people and remove their grievances by developing the deprived province."

Announcing about Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's next public meeting, he said 'the next stop for the Tsunami will be Quetta on March 23'.

Responding to Nawaz Sharif's 10-over match, Imran Khan asked him to organize the match as early as possible as 'you might no longer have a team' (in near future).

Khan further said that we wanted to play a match with President Zardari but he was retired hurt.

He said Sindhis, Urdu speaking, Memons, Punjabis, Urdu speaking, people from Hazara, Multan, Gilgit Balitistan besides minorities were present at the rally.

Imran Khan also greeted the Christian community on the occasion of Christmas saying "Merry Christmas".

He specially thanked Zulfiqar Ali who he said sold his mobile phone and cam all the way from Dera Ghazi Khan to attend the rally.

Imran Khan congratulated the Karachiites for 'beating the Tsunami of Lahore'.

"I put together a team and won the World Cup … the same team went ahead and established Shaukat Khanum … now I want you all to come with me to make a new Pakistan."


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