Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman, Imran Khan. - File Photo

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Saturday stated that his party aimed to recreate a new Pakistan on the foundations of justice, DawnNews reported.

Addressing a public rally in Chitral, he added that the people wanted to be delivered from the corrupt politicians.

The PTI chief said that partaking in America’s “war on terror” had destroyed Pakistan.

He added that the PTI was due to lead a peace rally to Waziristan on Oct 7.

The PTI would also take along foreign journalists so that they could be informed of the region’s ground realities.

Khan added that the families of those killed in drone attacks were now taking up weapons in order to avenge the deaths of their loved ones.

“No other party is courageous enough to go to Waziristan nowadays, but PTI would go there,” Khan said.

The PTI chief also said that the springs in Chitral could yield up to 3000MW of electricity which exceeded the requirements of the whole country.

He added that the “tsunami” of PTI was going to end the system of injustice and replace it with a new, more just system.

The public demands a change and the creation of a more prosperous Pakistan, Khan said.

Khan ended his address by congratulating the residents of Chitral on welcoming the PTI’s “tsunami”.

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