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Imran says he will introduce system to favour the underprivileged

MANDI BAHAUDDIN: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said on Wednesday that his party will introduce a system where poor can have the opportunity to move to the upper strata of the society. The PTI chairman while addressing a rally to welcome former Pakistan Peoples Party leader Nadem Afzal Chan in his party’s fold said that up till now the state has made rich-friendly policies but when his party will come in power it will cater to the interests of poor. “Being silent in front of the oppressors is a sin if we come to power children of farmers will get a quality education,” Imran said in the rally. The PTI chief said that Chan’s joining in his party will be better for the people of Mandi Bahauddin and hailed the leader for carrying a ‘political background’. Imran said that the sugarcane farmers are not getting the appropriate price from the sugarcane mill owners, adding that he will put his maximum effort to get a better rate for the farmers.Taking a jibe at Chan’s former party, he said that the PPP has moved far away from the Bhuttoism’s ideals.
“Quaid called for a welfare state. I am loyal till I stand for the party’s manifesto but if I start making palaces on the money of poor there is no need for the people to call me their leader,” he said. He added that the poor in country dont get basic fescilities of hospital and education. Speaking on the occasion, the new-entrant Chan said that he will always has affection for the PPP but he has left his former party for the sake of the people.

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