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Election 2018 will change the fate of nation: Imran Khan

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Monday said that the nation is getting second chance after 1970 general elections and the forthcoming election will change the fate of the nation.
Addressing a press conference in Sayal Sharif after meeting spiritual leader Pir Hameeduddin Sialvi, he said that Pakistan’s economy has been ruined during the last five years, adding that the loans of Pakistan have increased.
“The general public has been put under more burden by increasing the prices of electricity, gas and petroleum products.”
Pakistan’s exports have decreased while the country is under the debt of Rs27 billion, he added.
Khan went on to say that the forthcoming election can change the fate of country, adding that whichever party came into power will have to face range of issues but whoever would introduce reforms, will get the country out of issues.
“We will present the party’s manifesto in the next five days,” he added.
“We have never considered our opponents weak,” he said and added this election will decide the fate of the country.
The PTI chairman further welcomed those who have been awarded tickets and also apologized to those who have not been awarded party ticket.