LAHORE – PTI Chairman Imran Khan has announced recruiting one million volunteers for bringing about a change (Tabdili Razakar) for deploying at polling stations to prevent rigging and local influences, and ensure polling of votes for party candidates.He took oath from an assembly of volunteers at their convention on Friday where he unveiled a huge cricket bat, party’s election symbol.
He announced giving 35-40 per cent tickets for coming elections to youth and challenged that no other party could match this policy. Imran said that the volunteers for change would go door to door, exposing real faces of opponent candidates whose parties plundered national wealth and put the country on the brink of collapse. He said 10 volunteers would be deployed at every polling booth. Imran warned that coming five weeks were very important and volunteers for change should work as frontline guards to bring change in Pakistan.
Claiming PTI a force of change, he said that the real face of PTI would become visible after announcement of final lists of tickets as most of existing electables and landlords had been refused tickets, adding, that final list would be announced on April 8th.
He said that all volunteers would be given proper training how to motivate the voters for vote and bar rigging and use of money by the opponents. He said that as many as 200,000 volunteers had so far been recruited and within one week it would touch one million figure.
The PTI chairman said that youngsters must get laptops from PML-N leadership because these have been procured from their money. He said it was the responsibility of the people of Pakistan to reject the most corrupt politicians as their leaders.
He said that majority of Pakistanis have no money for bread and added that those nations are never respected who do not respect their own people.
Imran Khan said that the volunteers had to bring change in Pakistan claiming that Pakistan’s biggest revolution was about to come.