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Change your fate on July 25, Imran Khan urges Lahore voters

SAMAA | - Posted: Jul 24, 2018 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
Posted: Jul 24, 2018 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan reached out to his supporters in Lahore Monday, closing the party’s election campaign aimed at making inroads in the PML-N power base.

On last day of the campaigning today (Monday), political parties made a last-ditch effort to persuade voters across the country to choose them on July 25.

On Lahore’s turf, there will be a neck-in-neck contest between the PML-N and PTI.

PTI’s Yasmin Rashid is facing the PML-N’s Waheed Alam Khan in NA-125.

In NA-134, a close contest is expected between PTI's Zaheer Abbas Khokhar and PML-N's Rana Mubashir Iqbal.

Imran Khan addressed the PTI gatherings at different points from Jallo Morr to Data Darbar in NA-125 (previously NA-120) and NA-134.

The PTI chief urged his supporters to reject the PML-N and vote his party to power, claiming that the PTI has brought in drastic reforms and served the masses in KP during the last five years.

“All the parties together could not defeat the PTI in KP. We are sweeping the province because our government has worked for the people,” he said, addressing a rally at Lahore’s Jallo Morr.

“We did not work for advertisements. Here progress is only limited to Shehbaz Sharif's face on posters,” he claimed.

“Tell me, how many schools are there in Lahore? Do you have clean water to drink? Then where did your money go if it was not spent on you? It went to London,” Khan said, taking a swipe at the PML-N leadership.

We brought a robust local bodies system to KP, he added. If, God willing, we come to power, we will introduce the same system in Lahore, he vowed.

Khan also spoke out for minorities. “There is propaganda that Imran Khan will not be fair to minorities. I want to make it clear that I believe in equality for all Pakistanis!”

Imran Khan urged voters to support his party to bring about change in Pakistan.

“It's time to take matters into your own hands. Go out on July 25 to change your fate,” he said, addressing the crowd at Data Darbar.
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