People of Sindh in dire need of change: Imran Khan

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People of Sindh in dire need of change: Imran Khan

The Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan on Saturday said that Sindh, in comparison to all other provinces, is in a dire need of reforms. He claimed that the farmers have been deprived of water, adding that public money is being misused by the government officials for their own benefits.

The PTI chief said he would roll out a plan for how to pull out the province from this quagmire and how the party will develop it and tackle its issues like poverty and unemployment.

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Imran also said that PTI will make an important announcement in Sehwan regarding this matter.

"Imran Khan and PTI have decided now that after Punjab, K-P [Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa] and Balochistan we will oust the PPP even in Sindh".

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"People of Sindh have been looted the most and that is the reason that the province needs a fresh start", Imran said.

He asked the people either to choose the path of suffering, atrocities, cruelties and injustice as a fait accompli or to rebel against the oppressive system of politics.

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