Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Friday said his party’s mission was to make sure no one looted the national exchequer and to stop the stronger from tyrannising the weaker.
Addressing a public meeting here, Khan said, “For this, we are bringing a system which will make the stronger and the weaker equal in the eyes of law.”
Khan said in a corrupt political system, looters became presidents and prime ministers but “we are endeavouring for a new Pakistan which will be free of such a tyrannising system”.
He said the PTI would eradicate the cultures of thana and patwari from the country and pledged greater reforms.
“I have come here to rid the people of politics of patwaris. Villagers will themselves decide who should be appointed as an SHO in their area,” Khan said.
The PTI chief said he had traveled all over the world and knew how to bring about changes in the country, adding that he would introduce local body elections and empower people at the village level.
The PTI chief said “those robbers, who had been elected to the assemblies, will be sent to jail”.