The Istehkam-i-Pakistan Party (IPP) held its first public rally in Khanewal district, where its patron-in-chief, Jahangir Khan Tareen, addressed the crowd. Tareen expressed his disappointment in the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, as he and other leaders were sidelined when Imran Khan became the prime minister. He criticized the PTI for losing sight of their original vision for economic improvement and for allowing individuals without a genuine concern for the country to take charge. Tareen stated that the IPP aims to complete the dream of transforming Pakistan into a beacon of progress, and stressed that the party does not view opposition parties as enemies. The rally was the first of seven planned by the IPP in various cities. IPP President Aleem Khan further outlined the party’s manifesto promises, which include a minimum wage for unskilled workers, free electricity for certain households, interest-free business loans for young entrepreneurs, and ownership rights for people living in katchi abadies. Khan also criticized past administrations for their failure to bring about significant change and questioned the credentials of PTI leaders. He concluded by emphasizing the IPP’s commitment to women’s emancipation and improving the lives of the masses.
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