PTI chairman Imran Khan took a dig at PML-N’s “Vote Ko Izzat Do” (respect the vote) slogan and told his supporters to respect the vote and not the thieves.
The PTI chairman said that he could see the rise of a new dawn on July 25. “We will make Pakistan a welfare state,” Mr Khan said, addressing a public gathering in Burewala on Wednesday.
Mr Khan also criticized PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
He claimed that external debt had reached Rs27 trillion in the last 10 years.
“Taxes are imposed on everything to cover the debt,” Khan said.
The PTI chairman promised that his party would establish research centers for farmers if he comes into power.
“We will establish markets for farmers and spend money on marketing of their products,” he added. “Farmers will be given opportunities to earn money.”