DI KHAN: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has vowed to make Khyber Pakhtunkhwa completely different from other provinces in the next six months. A change, he claims, everyone will notice.

Addressing an election meeting here on Sunday, the PTI Chairman said that constant criticism against his party-led government was immature; PTI had been in power for just two and a half months for the first time in its history, while other parties had been around for decades. He challenged those who believed PTI could not bring change and said they should “wait and see”.

Reiterating his change-based agenda, Imran said the KPK government will introduce new laws and bring an end to Thana, Kutchery and Patwari culture which is making people to run from pillar to post. He said they would eliminate this system of oppression and exploitation from KPK.

Without naming names, Imran Khan said that leaders who never tired of enforcing the Islamic system were themselves living their lives contrary to Islamic teachings. “There is huge difference in the acts and deeds of those who are so-called champions of Islamic system and people have fully realized this,” the PTI chief declared. He said the youth would have to be responsible for getting rid of the false defenders of Islam who were only in it for political power.

Imran Khan insisted that Pakistan would have to get out of the US War on Terror, the worst effects of which were felt Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He promised that the day was not far off when there would be peace in KPK and throughout Pakistan.

Speaking about PTI’s strategy, Khan said they would attempt to bring change from the top and the government machinery would work according to the aspirations of the people. He assured the populace that PTI would provide clean drinking water in areas of D I Khan that are currently deprived of this facility. He also announced a plan to construct sports grounds in every Tehsil of the Province.

The meeting held in Paniala area of Dera Ismail Khan was also addressed by former Deputy Speaker of National Assembly Faisal Karim Kundi, PTI’s NA-25 candidate Dawar Khan and Provincial Minister Sardar Ali Amin Khan.