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PPP workers still consider PML-Q as Qatil League: Shah Mehmood

Lahore: Vice Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Monday said that the recent by-poll results had proved the fact that the workers of the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) and the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) had rejected the alliance between both the political parties which was agreed by “opportunists” and the ideological workers of PPP still thought the PML-Q as “Qatil League”.

Talking to a delegation of PTI workers here at the party’s central secretariat, Qureshi said that that the ideological workers of both PPP and PML-Q were at daggers drawn against each-other and both did not support each-other’s candidature in the recent by-polls.

Qureshi said that the people of Pakistan were seeing a messiah in Imran Khan and the PTI would clean-sweep the upcoming general elections across country including Punjab.

“The PTI’s mass contact drive has been launched. He said that the PTI has emerged as the most popular party of the country and the recent survey of JWT has proved this fact. PTI would also lead the poll results and the PML-N would be only party to somewhat face the Tsunami,” he added.

Qureshi said that the people of Pakistan would have to decide whether they wanted to be exploited by the incumbent ruling parties or they wanted a real change.

“If the people want a change, they would have to strongly support Imran Khan who is only hope for the country,” he said and added that Imran could get the country out of crisis situation and take the country towards the path of development and prosperity.

He said that the small farmers of Punjab had been badly hit by the anti-farmer policies of the government and the rising prices of agriculture commodities had badly affected the farming community.

He said that poverty, price hike, sectarianism and poor law and order situation were the gifts of the ruling parties and the people had been fed-up with their suffering.

About South Punjab, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that the people of South Punjab wanted practical steps and not hollow slogans. He said that the PTI would redress the grievances faced by the people of South Punjab.

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