Saturday, December 31, 2011

Is PTI going to make any alliance or deal with Pervez Musharraf?

Critics of PTI are of the view that Imran Khan holds a soft corner for former dictator Pervez Musharraf and there is a possibility of alliance between PTI and APML(All Pakistan Muslim League). However, PTI chairman Imran Khan has a very clear stance on it and he has reiterated on various occasions that any alliance with Musharraf is not possible as he has done some serious crimes which needs to be taken into the courts of justice.

 Yesterday, Khursheed Kasuri who recently joined PTI, met with Pervez Musharraf in Dubhai which made a big roar against PTI in print and electronic media saying that this may lead to any formal alliance/cooperation between the two parties. However, PTI leadership has made it clear that even if Kasuri met with Musharraf, it was in his personal capacity and not on behalf of party. Moreover, a show cause notice has been served to Khursheed Mahmood Kasuri for this meeting. According to reliable sources, Kasuri met with Musharraf just for a few minutes informally in a wedding and it was not a planned meeting at all.

Dr Arif Alvi who is secretary general of PTI has strongly reacted on such news and said that there is zero possibility of any deal with former dictator Musharraf and PTI is clear about it. In a press release issued by Dr. Arif Alvi, it's clearly stated that it was just an accidental meeting with no political motives.
pti press release about meeting of musharraf and khursheed kasuri

Javed Hashmi who joined PTI recently has also denied any possibility of alliance with Musharraf. He said that he talked to Imran Khan just a day back and Imran Khan has categorically denied any such possibility and called it a political suicide for his party to have alliances with any such criminals. 

Monday, December 26, 2011

PTI Jalsa At Mazar-e-Quaid Karachi on 25th December A Great Success

 PTI has shaken the politics of Pakistan after a historic jalsa at Mazar-e-Quaid Karachi on 25th December 2011 where a huge public gathered to extend their full support for Imran Khan's party--PTI. According to media reports, more than half a million people were there in PTI Karachi Jalsa. The crowd was highly charged, motivated and they were raising slogans for change, for PTI leadership, for a new Pakistan and for removal of current corrupt government.
Javed Hashmi speech in PTI Karachi jalsa was the most emotional speech which brought a lot of energy and charge in the audience. During his speech slogans like "Han Mai Baghi hon" and "Aik Bahadur Aadmi, Hashmi Hashmi" were echoing near the tomb of Jinah. He said that he joined PTI for a greater cause and for national interest as he thinks Imran Khan is the only ray of hope in current scenario and he is the only one who can bring a real democratic change in the country. He waved the flag of PTI during his speech which became a worth remembering moment for the people of Pakistan. 

Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who is the vice Chairman of PTI, also delivered a sentimental speech in his own way. He clarified his stance about security of Pakistan's nuclear assets and said that there is no physical threat to Nukes but policy threats are there from the current corrupt government. 

Justice Waji Ud Din Ahmad in his speech said that just like our elders proudly tell their children and grand children about 23rd March 1940 Jalsa, the audience of this historic jalsa will be telling to their children and grand children that they were part of this jalsa which aimed to make a new Pakistan--free of corruption and based on the principles of Justice and equality.
PTI chairman Imran Khan in his speech shared PTI vision on how to bring a real change in Pakistan. He reiterated his stance on supremacy of judiciary, equality in educational system, reforms in government system, reforms in police system, free health services for poor, free education for all, special incentives for investors, special status for Baluchistan, improvement of law and order situation and various other key issues. He said that none will be above the law in PTI government and Imran Khan will also be fined if he does over speeding.
Others who spoke in PTI Karachi Jalsa include Ahsan Rasheed PTI Punjab President, Asad Qaiser PTI KPK president, Qasim Suri PTI Baluchistan President, Naeem Ul Haq PTI Sindh President, Hamid Khan PTI Senior Vice President, Fozia Kusoori PTI Women Wing president, Azam Sawati, Khursheed Kasuri, Jehangir Tareen and Abrar Ul Haq.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Imran Khan PTI Party Position in Hazara

 Like all other parts of the country, PTI is becoming extremely popular in Hazara division also after joining of some notable political leaders from Haripur, Mansehra and Abbottabad in PTI. Popularity graph of PTI in Hazara has reached to a very high level which has become a serious threat for PML-N, PML-Q and other parties who have been the major forces in Hazara division for so long.
Imran Khan after having huge public rallies in Lahore, Attock, Peshawar, Mardan and other parts of the country, entered in Hazara division and held a huge Jalsa in Khanpur on 15th December. In this jalsa Raja Amir Zaman announced to join PTI. Raja Amir Zaman is ex-district Nazim of Haripur and he has a strong political background and is very popular among masses in Haripur. In this jalsa of PTI, more than 50 thousand people gathered and it was considered the biggest jalsa in the history of Khanpur.
pti haripur hazara jalsaJust two days after the successful jalsa of PTI in Khanpur Haripur, Imran Khan entered again in Hazara and held another massive jalsa in Ghazi, Haripur. According to sources, more than 60 thousand people were present in this occasion. Before speaking on this jalsa, another prominent figure of Haripur, Yousuf Ayub announced to join PTI in a press conference. In this jalsa various top class political leaders of PTI were present including Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Omar Cheema, Khawaja Khan Muhammad Hoti, Asad Qaisar, Shah Farman, Sardar Khan, Kamal Ghaznavi, Asif Zubair Shaikh and Zahid Kazmi.
 In both jalsas of PTI in Hazara, ISF played key role in public mobilization to bring maximum people towards jalsa. Success of PTI jalsa in Khanpur and Ghazi has proved that Imran Khan is becoming a real power in all parts of the country and will be giving a tough time to his political rivals.
Another breakthrough for PTI in politics of Mansehra Hazara came in the form of Azam Sawati who joined PTI after resigning from his senate seat of JUI-F. Azam Khan Sawati is a key political figure of Mansehra who became famous after exposing the corruption of federal minister for religious affairs Hamid Saeed Kazmi.  Azam Swati is a very clean political leader who brought all his assets in Pakistan. He didn't take any salary or incentives from government even during his ministry. Joining of Azam Swati in PTI will give PTI a big boost in Mansehra.
PTI has got a big strength in District Abbottabad too after joining of Khursheed Azam Khan in PTI. Khursheed Azam Khan is ex-MPA of PML-N and he belongs to Havelian Tehsil of Abbottabad. PTI has also got a lot of public support in other parts of district Abbottabad including Lora, Seer Sharqi, Seer Gharbi, Circle Bakote and other parts of Galyat. 

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Which party is better? PTI or PML-N?

PML-N Ruled two times but failed to implement their manifestoPTI Never came into power but served this nation in the form of Shokat Khanum Hospital and NAMAL college
PML-N leaders assets are outside Pakistan.PTI leader Imran Khan earned money outside Pakistan but brought money back in Pakistan.
PML-N is a family party where power in concentrated in Sharif's family.PTI is not a family party and Imran Khan has categorically said that only merit will prevail in PTI.
PML-N first opposed operation in Swat and Waziristan but later bowed their head and supported it.PTI is stick to its principle stand on warn on terror from day one and always opposed military actions in civilian's areas.
PML-N leader Siddi Al Farooq has accepted on media that PML-N is made by establishment.PTI believes on public support and 15 years struggle of PTI is solely based on public support.

Is PTI a establishment supported party?

Imran Khan and establishment After an immense popularity of PTI and historic public rally at Minar-e-Pakistan, PML-N has started a blame game against PTI. thousands of common people and hundreds of electable from different parties are moving towards PTI and looking at the situation, PML-N and other status quo parties have started feeling insecurity and they are afraid of this growing popularity of PTI in all regions of the country. PML-N has started a media war against PTI and several key leaders of PML-N are accusing that establishment is supporting PTI. 
Is establishment behind PTI? Certainly not. The struggle of PTI started in 1997 and Imran Khan and his party workers kept on working on their principles and they showed a strong stand on all issues of local, national and international level. Here is an answer to PML-N propaganda against PTI:
  • Only those parties or political leaders seek support of establishment or any hidden forces who come into the politics for grabbing money or to hide their corruption. PTI leader could easily come into power by accepting Musharaf's deal but he didn't. Musharaf offered him to be the prime minister but he  took a principle stand and preferred to be in opposition than to act as a dummy PM.
  • Those who want to earn a name by coming into power, seek help from establishment. Imran Khan got a name internationally through his cricket profession and didn't need any more. He is in politics not to earn a name, but to serve this nation.
  • Imran Khan never met ISI chief or Army chief in dark nights like Chaudhry Nisar or Mian Shahbaz Sharif. He met once with General Shujah Pasha and disclosed it publicly and said that only war on terror was the agenda of discussion. He always criticized role of Pakistan government and army in so-called war on terror. How a establishment supported leader can speak so boldly like him.
  • Thousands of young people like me are supporting him not because of any ISI influence or so. We all support him because of his principle stance on all issues, his great charity work, his bold policy statements, his vision to bring Pakistan into a state where it can stand on its own feet and because of the dark scenario that has been created by other family politicians.
  • Imran Khan could have taken a good number of seats in 2008 elections because of his active role in judiciary movement, but on principles, he sacrificed and didn't contest the elections. A leader who stands on principles doesn't need any establishment support to come into power.

Nawaz Sharif's Team--Corrupt Politicians of PML-N

PML-N claims to be a party of principles and they often blame other parties of corruption. Look at the following list of PMLN leaders and decide yourself.
pmln corrupt team

Baseless Allegations of PML-N on Imran Khan and the reality

After a historic jalsa of PTI in Lahore and then seeing a tsunami of change in the whole country, PML-N has started dirty politics of baseless allegations on Imran Khan just they did at the time of 1997 elections. PML-N MNA Hanif Abbasi who left Jamat e Islami and joined PML-N for 2008 elections ticket, made some serious yet baseless allegations on PTI chairman Imran Khan.
Hanif Abbasi accused Imran Khan that in 1987, Punjab chief minister Mian Nawaz Sharif gave him a plot on the condition of not selling it but Imran Khan sold it for personal benefits. The fact remains totally different as Imran Khan cleared his position in another TV show. Imran Khan told public that after 1987 worldcup and then after 1992 world cup, every player of Pakistan cricket team was awarded a plot as a reward for their brilliant performance and so was the case with Imran Khan. Imran Khan later donated both of these plots to Shokat Khanum Memorial Hospital and so their remains no truth in stupid allegations of PML-N MNA Hanif Abbasi. 
 Second allegation of Hanif Abbasi on PTI Chairman Imran Khan was that Shokat Khanum boards of directors is taking more than 100,000 Rupees pay each. SKMH boar of directors have reacted very strongly on this false accusation and said that all of them are working voluntarily and not taking even a penny as pay.  They further said that they reserve the right of going in court against Hanif Abbasi who tried to put false allegations on a charity hospital where more than 70 percent patients are being treated freely. Shokat Khanum Memorial cancer hospital's board also rejected Hanif Abbasi's allegations that Imran Khan's own relatives are in Board of directors. Board said that there are 22 members of this board and only 3 are Imran Khan's relatives and none is getting any salary over there. 
Amir Mughal who is PTI Islamabad leader, while talking to Express News categorically denied all these baseless allegations of PML-N on PTI chairman and said that PML-N is trying to divert the attention of public from its corruption and for this they are trying to blame Imran Khan. 

Friday, December 2, 2011

Dr Kamran Abbas Awan from Lodhran Joins PTI

dr kamran abbas awan from lodhran joins pti
 Dr Kamran Abbas Awan who contested previous election as an Independent candidate, formally announced to join PTI after his separate meetings with PTI Chairman Imran Khan and PTI Punjab President Ahsan Rasheed

 Dr Kamran Abbas Awan contested election from NA-155 Lodhran II and remained at third position. 

Muhammad Akhtar Khan Kanju, another independent candidate won the elction by securing about 80 thousands votes. Although, Dr Kamran Abbas Awan managed to get only about 4 thousands votes, now it's expected that he will be able to make a stronger competition by making strong organization of PTI in district Lodhran. 

  It's important to mention here that Malik Mumtaz Khan Joia who is district organizer of PTI in Lodhran is doing a great job in the region to strengthen PTI at grass root level. PTI chairman Imran Khan and PTI Punjab president Ahsan Rasheed has warmly welcomed Dr Kamran Abbas in PTI and hoped that PTI will get more strength in the region after his joining.