Sunday, October 30, 2011

Pakistan News:

A big change has come to Pakistan: Imran Khan

LAHORE: After rocking Lahore with a mammoth throng of cohorts at Minar-e-Pakistan, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) protagonist Imran Khan has said that the country has undergone a big shift of opinion, Geo News reported.

Talking to newsmen at the airport before flying off to China, he said that he had dealt a blow to the status quo slapped on the country for ages, evident from the phalanxes of change-seekers he drew to the Minto Park.

To a question, he tied his considering an alliance with PML-N to Mian Nawaz Sharif’s making his assets public.

Pakistani politics up-and-coming ‘drawing card’ said that the vicious cycle of taking turns to come into power by select political parties had been broken for good.

“Their time is up, our time is now, said Khan, adding a sweeping revolution is in the making, which will dwarf the one people saw in 1970.”

Khan told newsmen that his party has set up a cell to collect the details of politicians’ assets and as soon as they would have enough material the doors of Supreme Court of Pakistan and Election Commission of Pakistan will be knocked.

Following this, he added, we would launch an ultimatum for them and then jam all the cities of Pakistan.

He, also, invited all those politicians who want to save Pakistan to break the shackles of fear and stand by him for the same cause. 

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