Punjab govt afraid of PTI’s public meeting: Imran Khan

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan has said the Punjab government is afraid of PTI’s public meeting, to be held on March 23 at Minar-e-Pakistan.

Addressing the newly elected PTI’s office bearers here on Tuesday, he said that March 23 would be the day of bringing change in the country and PTI would present its manifesto on the occasion.

Imran said the PTI had written a new history of Pakistan by holding intra party elections. He said that the time of family politics had passed and the PTI chairman would not be elected more than two times.

Congratulating to all the office bearers of PTI, Imran asked the workers to forget the past and play their vital role for the party.

On the occasion, PTI Punjab President Abdul Aleem Khan said PTI would get success in “One Day Match” on March 23 and laborites would make the day unforgettable.