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Apr
05

imran-khan-china-chowkPakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan claimed on Friday that Pakistan would change in the next five weeks if his party wins the upcoming general elections.

Addressing a convention of volunteers in Lahore, the cricketer-turned politician said his party has awarded 35 to 40 per cent tickets to young candidates aged not more than 35 years.

Boasting of his party’s chances of winning, Khan said that the PTI would unveil its manifesto next week.

The PTI chief lashed out against political opponents, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), saying that the two ‘big parties’ were doing politics to build personal empires.

“We will prove through this election that the PTI is a different party. We initiate ruthless accountability when we come to power,” Khan told his party workers.

He also claimed that a huge amount of investment could be invited to the country if corruption was eradicated.

“We will not be bowing our heads before any superpowers. But, for that to happen, the people will have to reject the corrupt politicians in the forthcoming elections,” Imran said.

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