ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that people of Sindh are keen for a change, as injustices are being meted out to poor and weak masses in Sindh more than any other parts of the country.
The PTI chief was taking to media outside his Bani Gala residence on Friday before leaving Larkana.
He said that today history will be made in Sindh.
Responding to Federal Information Minister Pervez Rashid allegations he challenged that “distribute all my assets if they found undeclared” adding that all of his assets were declared and were in his name.
The PTI head said that PTI sit-in completed century and preparing for another century.
Reiterating his stance on rigging he said that until people responsible for alleged rigging were not punished people of the country could not get their rights as they have only way to change the system in face of vote.