Press Conference :
Press Conference :
Last edited by Waseem; 13-Nov-2011 at 10:27 PM.
1. The Central Executive Committee of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf met in Islamabad on Sunday, November 13.
2. The CEC acknowledged that the Lahore rally had transformed the political landscape of the country and Chairman Imran Khan had emerged as the undisputed symbol of national unity and hope. The need was to transform this hope into reality.
3. The Chairman reiterated that the old ideological members remained the backbone of the party.
4. It was decided that PTI would continue to interact with various political entities. The CEC also decided that PTI will not forge any alliances for the present.
5. The CEC decided that the party will welcome all new entrants, but they will be routed through the authorized party channels only.
6. Scrutiny Committee/s will be nominated by the Chairman to address complaints of substantial corruption against any member of PTI.
7. A committee will be formed to examine issues of assets obtained through corruption of all politicians including those of PTI.
8. It was resolved that all attempts to hold fraudulent elections in the country would be vigorously thwarted. All options, including bringing the entire country to a standstill, would be exercised to ensure a genuinely fair and transparent electoral process.
9. A petition will be filed before the Supreme Court for registration of voters in accordance with their permanent addresses.
10. Every district organization of PTI will keep in touch with the Election Commission and NADRA offices in its district.
11. Camps for registration of voters will be established in every UC throughout Pakistan.
12. A PTI Lawyers’ Convention will be held in Lahore for assigning them the responsibility of monitoring the voters’ registration process.
13. An appropriate petition will be filed for registration of votes of overseas Pakistanis.
14. The party decided to file an application in the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to investigate the award of contract to M/s Karkay Karandiz Company which was questioned even by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The contract has been given to a relative of the Prime Minister. The following irregularities would be pointed out:
* 14% advance payment was given illegally.
* Higher tariff was approved.
* Cost of plant is US$ 130 million and, under the contract, the company will earn US$ 540 million in five years.
Last edited by arslan4u; 14-Nov-2011 at 03:52 AM.
Chalo chalo karachi chalo. Insha allah another successful jalsa will be held in Karachi
Imran Khan Zindabad
Imran saadaa sheer ay baqi heaar phaar ay
Pakistan k tareekh me Imran khan ne aise iqdamat leiy hay pehle kisi ne nahi kia, pehle hukomate sari Establishment hi banati aor girati thi, pehli jamhori party hay PTI.
i s i key lotay ya jhumoori lotay imran khan sab bhool gey
ab uss ki neendein nawaz sharif ne haram kar rakhi hein
welcome imran khan in karachi
Islamabad: Pakistan's powerful Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency is calling the shots in the country, cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan says, adding that the government lacks moral courage, "giving the space to ISI to assert its powers".
"The government lacks the moral courage, which has been giving the space to ISI to assert its powers in various affairs of the country," Imran Khan, who heads the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), said on Sunday.
Talking to the media after PTI's central executive committee meeting, Mr Khan held politicians responsible for ISI's interference in the political affairs of the country.
He said the corrupt practices of politicians had provided the ISI an excuse to meddle in the political arena, Daily Times reported.
He pledged that if he came to power and if his government's directives were not followed, he would resign rather than stay in power.
and people still call him establishment's chamcha because.....?
His taliban connections were criticised, all of a sudden they rose up from nowhere and told us they don't even consider him a proper person. His establishment role was there, all of a sudden he gets up and talks about this. The seasoned politicians coming in, he gets up and says things about it too. How naive could we be. If he seriously was talking about ISI without their consent, he would be in trouble and I know it for a fact.
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