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‘PTI to ensure good governance if comes into power’
 
 
 

LAKKI MARWAT – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Central Executive Council member, Khan Bahadar Marwat has called upon people to reject traditional politicians and bring a change through ballots to make the country a welfare state.
He was speaking at separate public meeting in Samandar Titterkhel, Shahbazkhel and Wazir Kilay on Monday. Other speakers included Hakeem Asghar, Fidaullah, Sanamgul Marwat, Rafiullah and Samiullah.
Elders who along with their supporters announced on the occasion to join PTI included Younas Khan, Khalid Khan, Ghani Rehman, former councilor Khushdil Khan, Sultan Ahmad, Syed Nawaz, Ayyaz Khan and Obaidullah.
Khan said that the country was faced with internal and external crises and it needed sincere and honest leader like Imran Khan.
He said that present rulers were responsible for poor economy, lawlessness, anarchy and weakening of national institutions.
The PTI leader said that his party had the vision to steer the country out of crises and put it on the track to development and progress.
“Our party will ensure good governance and strengthen national institutions within 90 days to provide justice and other amenities to the people on their doorsteps”, he maintained.
He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf would stabilise economy, enhance investment and alleviate poverty besides it would create jobs and raise the living of common men if voted to power. 
Meanwhile, a 14-year-old boy Dil Nawaz who was killed in a bomb blast in Dera Ismail Khan on 9th of Muharram was buried in Harama Talla village near Serai Gambila. 
The family of Dil Nawaz belongs to a remote Harama Talla village of Lakki Marwat and is settled in DI Khan.
The deceased boy was the cousin of ADO education Aqal Wazir. His body was brought here from DI Khan and he was laid to rest in village’s graveyard Villagers and people from other localities attended his funeral prayers.

 
 
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