LAHORE - Former Punjab governor and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) central leader Chaudhry Sarwar has said that his party will not become a part of any alliance with Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) or Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).
Talking to the party delegations, he said both the PML-N and PPP government had harmed the institutions of the country and did nothing for the welfare of the poor people. He said that PTI was struggling against the autocratic system of the rulers. He said there is no political future of PML-N and PPP and PTI Chairman Imran Khan is ray of hope for depressed people of Pakistan. He said if Imran becomes prime minister it would be in accordance with the aspirations of the people.
Sarwar said that under the leadership of Imran, PTI is fighting for the rights of the suppressed people of society and it required no alliance with any political party. He said people of the country are looking towards PTI and Imran and added that only Imran can pull the country out of the crisis. He said that PTI would not disappoint the people after coming into power with their votes.