NA-101 by-election is a contest between two systems, says Imran Khan

10 Mar, 2016 9:41 pm

GUJRANWALA (92 News) – PTI chief Imran Khan has said that the NA-101 by-election to be held on March 22 is the day of a contest between two systems.

Addressing a public meeting in Alipur Chatha on Thursday, he said that they would introduce a new system by defeating the Sharif brothers.

He said that the government’s expenditures and loans were increasing. “Indian farmers are given a subsidy, but the farmer is being crushed here,” he said.

The PTI chief said that the country becomes democratic if democracy exists in political parties.

“No one can make progress here until he takes ‘Sharif’ with his name,” he said.


AML chief Sheikh Rashid said that the rulers turned against the NAB when it started investigations in Punjab.

Jahangir Tareen, Ch Muhammad Sarwar and Hamid Nasir Chatha also addressed the meeting.

Former MPA was injured after a fall from the stage. He was taken to hospital.




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