Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan on Sunday predicted that his party would soon rule the country, as its popularity is increasing among the masses especially those belonging to lower middle class, with each passing day.
Addressing the Convocation of National University of Modern Languages (NUML) in Mianwali on Sunday, Khan said that the PTI is committed to serving the poor masses and to resolving problems faced by them at the grass-root level.
He also lashed out at the incumbent government and alleged that leaders of the ruling elite class are not afraid of death as they are busy in making money by looting the national exchequer.
The PTI chairman felicitated the parents of the students of NUML over outstanding performances of their children.
He said that the provincial government is in contact with the authorities, and is seeking additional land for the construction of a stadium outside the university.
He further advised the youngsters to work to make their dreams come true instead of only focusing on doing jobs. He said that we should refrain from egotism.
Imran Khan asked the students to play a role in bringing about a revolution and work for the better future of Pakistan. He said that serving the nation should be the main aim of every citizen.