July 26 to dawn with new Pakistan: Imran

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LAHORE, Jul 12 (APP):Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday claimed that July 26 would dawn with a new Pakistan after victory of the PTI in general election.
Addressing a public gathering in NA-131 Constituency
Lahore, he claimed the masses would vote for the PTI
to ensure rule of law in the country on July 25.
He pledge the PTI would uplift lives of the poor in the
country, adding that the youth would be provided employment
and the best modern education would be given to children
at government schools across the country.
Quoting an example of China, he said that China
uplifted more than 700 million poor people in just
three years.
Imran vowed to raise living standard of people after
providing them all possible facilities of life at their
doorsteps besides ensuring rule of law after winning
general election.
He said that the state was custodian of lives of the
people and it protected property and lives of its citizens.
“State is responsible for bread and butter of
the people in the West,” he maintained.
He said that Shaukat Khanum Hospital was providing
free health facilities to 75 per cent of patients, adding that
90 per cent students were studying on scholarship at
the NUML University in Mainwali.
He pledged that humanity would prevail in the country
and claimed that the PTI would convert the country according
to the dreams of Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal.
Imran claimed that farmers would get 100 per cent reward
of their hardwork during his government. He claimed that no one
would be allowed to plunder money of the people and
the PTI would bring back the looted money from
other countries.
He urged the people to vote the PTI for true democracy
and for prosperity of the country.
Imran claimed the PTI would end corruption in the
country and his party would bring about reforms in all
sectors, including agriculture, health and education.