In the heart of Punjab is where the supporters of Pakistan Tehreek Insaaf met on April 29th 2018. The election year is a big deal across the globe. This is especially true in Pakistan, where rigging is the key to winning popular votes. 2018 has been all about the election frenzy. Whether it was Nawaz Sharif disqualified for life, Imran Khan’s third wedding gaining more hype than his politics, or the last minute announcement of a yearlong finance plan –
In Pakistani politics, no surprise is a surprise.
Amid the white noise of Pakstani politics, the chairman of one of the most popular parties; PTI is often everyone’s favorite sane voice.
Amongst the PTI orators were the chairman himself; Imran Khan, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Asad Umer, Parvaiz Khattak, Usman Dar, Shireen Mazari, Arif Alvi, Aleem Khan, Fawad Chaudhry and others. If you’re wondering what the recent gathering attended by a sum 50,000+ people was all about; here is a in a nutshell for you:
The chairman of PTI made no subtle remarks when promising the gathering at Minar-e-Pakistan, the abolition of poverty.
Turning words to action; Imran Khan publically ousted 20 MPAs. He claimed the reason to be the same as PMLN’s victory in 2013 elections. His determination for a corruption free Pakistan was highly appreciated by the uproarious crowd. Imran Khan vocalized the imperativeness of giving just leaders the power to run a country that is equally unprejudiced.
Imran Khan also stressed upon the importance of female education to empower women and strengthen the overall economy.
He shared personal anecdotes holding the women in his family responsible for his success in every field. He urged the gathering to respect and pave the way for strong women to accomplish a holistic society. His intentions to accomplish this were through giving more women the autonomy over schools and safety forces.
In a nutshell, Imran Khan stressed on his desire to play a leading hand in forming a nondiscriminatory society for all.
Imran Khan spoke to the hearts of all people as he expressed his dedication to eliminate joblessness. Most noteworthy was the objective to build better job opportunities to support the aspirations of the youth. Through this channel he spoke of improving the tourism industry and rebuilding homes of the homeless and destitute.
Furthermore, his plans promised longevity and job sustainability so as to eliminate anxiety caused by a lack of income influx.
The chairman promised to launch new schools and universities to provide private level education to those studying in disregarded government schools. He focused on how previous parties (quote PMLN unquote) has stressed merely on developing Lahore. He mocked the inconsequential building of roads in a country where millions of children go uneducated.
Drawing a comparison, Imran Khan soliloquized his intention to build the education system from the ground up for better economic growth.
Amongst the above were promises made to improve the overall social and justice system of the country. What was labeled as the “the mother of all jalsas” entailed value of tourism, agriculture, health and federation. He hoped that the people of Lahore and across the country, held in them the passion to overthrow those that fear and pit against peaceable political revolution.