Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan has warned of another wave of inflation over the directives of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Addressing a public gathering in Faisalabad on Sunday, Imran Khan announced that he will hold another telethon in Sindh for raising ‘billions in funds’ once again for the flood victims.
The telethon will be held next Sunday. He said that the PTI government had planted 10 billion trees to reduce the effects of climate change in Pakistan. “We have to construct more dams. Our government had constructed 10 dams.” “We need a proper water drainage system to prevent such disasters. We need to improve the water drainage system across Pakistan.”
“When we came to Faisalabad for electioneering in 2018, the people of the city were facing unemployment and textile industries were shutting down. During 3.5 years of the PTI government, Faisalabad’s textile industry witnessed growth and people got employment, whereas, the farmers received timely payments.” Khan said that record crop production was witnessed during the last two years of the PTI government. He added that the situation has overturned now as people are witnessing a rise in unemployment and fuel prices after “an imported government was imposed through a foreign conspiracy”.
The PTI chief accused the incumbent government of destroying the national economy in four months. He said that Faisalabad is an industrial city in Pakistan like Manchester. Khan vowed that factories will be established in Faisalabad and people will get employment if PTI is given an opportunity to rule the country again. He reiterated that political instability in the country will only be ended through fresh elections. He asked the youth to be prepared for his call for getting real independence in the country.