PTI campaigns for Cantonment Board Elections, holds grand rally


Pakistan Tehreek Insaf’s nominated candidates for Cantonment Board Faisal brought out a grand rally on Monday.

The rally –led by PTI’s parliamentary leader in Sindh Assembly Bilal Gaffar- has started from National Stadium and culminated at Gulistan-e-Jouhar block 17 after passing by different areas.

PTI’s members of National and provincial assemblies, local leadership and a large number of senior workers including the female PTI workers participated in the rally.

Addressing at the occasion Bilal Gaffar appreciated struggle and endeavor of PTI workers and said that party workers had always supported the leadership in difficult times.

“It was pride to be a part of Imran Khan’s team who made the world realize that Pakistan was a sovereign nation that does not bows down in front of foreign powers.”

Imran Khan effectively raised the case of Kashmir at international forums and eloquently spoken on Islamophobia and told the world that Islam is religion of peace and it has no connection with terrorism, Bilal Gaffar said.

Prime minister Imran Khan believes that development of Karachi is development of Pakistan and that’s why he announced special development package for Karachi and today different schemes were under construction in all the areas of NA-244, he said adding that Imran Khan is leader of the entire country and he kept thinking for welfare and progress of the whole nation.

He said that candidates of Cantonment Board elections were selected from the workers who hold a good repute in their constituencies and respected by the people.

He hoped that PTI candidates would turn successful in the elections and would play a proactive role in development of Karachi and resolving the problems of citizens.

PTI’s member Sindh Assembly Arslan Taj, while addressing the rally said that PTI’s election campaign had brought the moral of opponents down and they were seeing their defeat well before the polling.

Taj said that conduct of election in cantonment boards was a welcome decision while Sindh government, on the other side, was delaying the local government elections because they consider the local government a golden goose and they do not want to lose it.

Member National Assembly Saif ur Rehman, president PTI women wing Karachi Fiza Zeeshan and other office bearers of the party also participated in the rally.


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