Chairman Imran Khan is Confident to win the Election in Punjab 2022

ISLAMABAD, Jul 6 Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan remarked on Wednesday that his political opponents can’t win even if the umpire is on their side.

on Wednesday that someone in Lahore has been tasked with rigging by-elections in favor of Hamza Shahbaz. Khan expressed confidence that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf will win the elections despite unfair tactics by the opposition.

According to the PTI chairman, the nation’s founder, Quaid-e-Azam, spearheaded the foundation of this country based on the two-nation doctrine.

The former prime minister added that farmers were aware that the price of diesel had increased, as had the gas and electricity tariffs, and that the administration had decimated the country’s economy in two months.

Imran Khan went on to declare that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is doing all possible to ensure that the defections win by-elections in Punjab.

“Despite voter list tampering, we will win all 20 seats in Punjab’s by-elections,” he added.



The country was in a crucial financial period due to rising inflation, but there was a plan to get out of it by preventing stupid people from retaking power, who had led the country to the brink of default and bankruptcy, he added.

He believed that the public would support the party that, once in power, began to move the national economy’s wheel at a rapid pace, in addition to building highways and establishing universities.

“Everyone is familiar with the leaders that built the groundwork for a modern Pakistan by developing a thriving infrastructure that is compatible with the rest of the globe.” “The people have not forgotten who initiated the reforms in the transportation and health sectors,” Saad remarked.

The minister anticipated that the current government’s sensible policies will soon be able to overcome inflation and bring it down.

He clarified that the Punjab government had included the necessary funds in the annual budget for the payment of common man’s power bills of up to 100 units per month, dispelling the notion that the option was only available for a few months.

Instead of criticizing the coalition government’s relief-oriented policies, Saad said PTI leaders should focus on establishing such a service in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Azad Jammu and Kashmir, where their party is in office.

He also stated that the government had slashed train tickets by 30% to assist travelers during the three days of Eid-ul-Azha.

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