OKARA/LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday said that his party will win in NA-122 Lahore on October 11 and will also give the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) a tough competition in NA-144 Okara.
While addressing a rally in Okara this evening and once again targeting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his ruling party with harsh criticism, Khan said, “I say this today Nawaz Sharif, you are the most corrupt person in Pakistan, even Asif Ali Zardari was better than you, I never thought I would say this.”
Elaborating on the state of affairs in Pakistan, the PTI chief said that in Okara and the rest of the country citizens are not treated equally, while injustice prevails everywhere with minorities.
“I have not come here merely for party candidate Ashraf Sona’s campaign, I have come here to deliver a message.”
Earlier today in Lahore, Imran Khan said that his party’s candidate Aleem Khan is his secret weapon who only serves politics.
Addressing the media at Lahore airport just before leaving for the rally in Okara today in connection with the NA-144 bye-polls, Khan said that, “If you go and see what Aleem Khan has accomplished in PP-147, you will realise the work he has done.”
The PTI chief went on to say that Aleem has done a lot of work in his constituency for the poor and deprived population.
He called out to not only all his supporters but the whole of Punjab to reach Lahore on October 9 for a historic rally in Mozang area of the city.
Khan further said that people who hold positions in ministries are campaigning for the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) in NA-122 and the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) should take notice of it, adding that ministers are also distributing jobs and influencing the election process.
He went on to say that, “Ayaz Sadiq wrongly thought that he is the speaker and winning the NA-122 bye-election will be a piece of cake for him, now he will have to visit the constituency in order to be re-elected.”
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