PTI challenged corrupt system: CM.
PESHAWAR -- Chief Minister Mahmood Khan said that people voted Imran Khan for the agenda of change because they were totally disappointed from the corrupt system of the past.
Access to justice was not possible in the old corrupt system of governance and the people were deprived from their rights.
PTI challenged this corrupt system and brought about visible change in each and every field and sector of governance in accordance with the expectations of general public. He regretted that corrupt rulers of past were pointing accusing finger at the leadership of PTI and its initiatives for public welfare. 'The corrupt elements are uncertain about their future because PTI's popularity,' he added. The CM expressed these views while addressing a delegation that had come to join PTI at the Chief Minister House Peshawar.
A prominent leader of Awami National Party Nisar Khan along with his family and friends announced quitting ANP and joining PTI.
Chief Minister Mahmood welcomed Nisar to the PTI fold terming their decision a step in the right direction.
He said that people are joining PTI because they understand that PTI is the only representative political party of common people. The people know as to how corrupt rulers destroyed the public sector institutions in the past. The whole system of governance was protecting of the interests of corrupt rulers and elite. In such worst condition, the PTI raised the slogan of change that was supported by people at large scale throughout the country.
The chief minister said that now the scenario has changed completely due to the struggle of PTI leadership and its team. People are satisfied because their future is safe in the hands of PTI. On the other hand, he said that the enemy of change the corrupt rulers were afraid of their future and criticizing our initiatives for change.
He said the people have rejected their self-centric politics in the previous elections. They have no future in the new fair system of Pakistan. CM Mahmood said that the PTI brought visible change in public sector institutions and introduced the system of merit and justice. The erstwhile Fata has also been merged in the province. 'We assure that our near future is very bright and prosperous.'