This contest is a part of comprehensive plan of PTI’s think tank to sweep elections from all Lahore constituencies against PML (N), Daily Dunya reported.
PTI has seen a major surge in Punjab province and other parts of the country since October 2011. PML (N), considered to be the major party of Punjab, faces a serious threat from newly emerged party though its leaders claim they have no threat from PTI.
According to the PTI plan, Imran Khan will face Nawaz Sharif in the general elections from Lahore while Javed Hashmi, PTI president, will also be contesting from the political capital of South Asian nuclear state.
“PTI’s think tank has compiled a list candidates who would be contesting from Lahore’s 13 seats of national assembly and 26 seats of provincial assembly,” the sources added.
“Imran Khan is likely to contest from NA-123 while Hashmi will contest from NA-118.”
As per plan, 5,000 to 6,000 youths will be made active in every constituency to make voters active. Similarly a central secretariat of PTI has been planned for which architectural process has already been completed.