We will make Pakistan Jinnah’s Pakistan says Imran Khan


Islamabad July 26, (TNS): The chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Imran Khan while addressing the nation said that we will make Pakistan Jinnah’s Pakistan.

He vowed that he would make the state institutions strong and independent so that they could work without any influence.“I want to clarify why I entered politics. Politics could not have given me anything. I wanted Pakistan to become the country that my leader Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had dreamed of. I want to commend the people of Balochistan. The type of terrorism and tragedy they have suffered from, and they still came out to vote, I want to commend them on behalf of the entire country,” he said.

He said that I want to share the kind of Pakistan I envision the type of state that was established in Madina, where widows and the poor were taken care of,” he explained. “Today our state is in shambles. All our policies aim to help the less fortunate prosper,” he said. Farmers are not paid for their hard work, 25 million children are out of school, our women continue to die in childbirth because we can’t give them basic healthcare, we can’t give the people clean drinking water to people. A country is not recognised by the lifestyle of the rich, but by the lifestyle of the poor. No country that has an island of rich people and a sea of poor people can prosper,” he said.