Says, masses have rejected the politics of loot and plunder
CHARHOI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will appear as victorious in by-elections from both constituencies and will resolve the problems being faced by the people at gross-roots level, said PTI candidate Shaukat Fareed Advocate. He expressed these views while giving an exclusive interview to Special Reporter Daily Country News, Saddique Lone in Charhoi.
Shaukat Fareed Advocate said that, Charhoi is one of the beautiful and fertile area of Azad Kashmir where people are about to spread their love for the homeland but a certain group has divided masses into areas, castes and communities. He said that, the opponents attacked the houses of party activists and smashed the windscreens of vehicles while two party workers were martyred in Charhoi. PTI highly values the sacrifices of its activists, Zaheer and Ramzan. We are democratic people and defeat will be fate of the opponents whatever tactics they use against PTI, he added.
While answering to a question, he said that, I have been fighting for the rights of these oppressed classes for the last 22 years. Those who are responsible for the law and order situation are raising questions about the arrangements of the Election Commission. Pursuing the policy of peace, now we have come up with a vision for the welfare of the youth, he added.
He said that, PTI government would fulfill the promises made and make it effective by amending the Accountability Act to bring real change in Azad Kashmir. “In Azad Kashmir, people have voted for PTI to support the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan”, he said.
To a question he said that, PTI is the only political party in Azad Kashmir, which got popularity among the masses in a short spam of time. He said that the masses have rejected the politics of loot and plunder. PTI government in Azad Kashmir will remove the miseries of the Kashmir people at priority basis. The PTI candidate also reaffirmed to serve the masses in accordance with the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan, he further said.