Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan addressing a gathering in Dera Ghazi Khan on Sunday said the people of Punjab are tired of ‘Takht-i-Lahore’.
In an attempt to rally support for his party, the PTI chief said, referring to the ruling PML-N, “You will quickly be free from these people.”
“There is one law for the powerful but another for the common man… Young boys are educated in seminaries and can’t progress in life,” he said.
“We will build a naya Pakistan in which boys who receive education can go onto become prime minister,” he vowed.
“It is the government’s responsibility to give you social benefits as long as you are jobless,” he said.
He announced his intention to “try and build” a Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital in DG Khan.
“It takes a lot of work to build a cancer hospital,” he said.
The PTI chief briefed the audience on the Panama case and conducted an informal audience poll asking attendees whether they believed the prime minister would be proven guilty in the case.