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PTI assures women of end to discrimination

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Lahore Women Wing organiser Dr Nosheen Hamid Miraj assured party workers on Sunday that the party would end all discriminatory laws against women after coming into power.

She was addressing a PTI women workers convention of PP-150 held at Awan Town.

PTI Lahore President Sadia Sohail, PTI Lahore Vice President Sobia Kamal and other women leaders also addressed the convention. A large number of party workers attended the convention which was aimed at bringing about change in the country through democratic means. They carried party flags and pictures of Imran Khan, the chairman of PTI.

Nosheen said that a wave of change had been started and that no one could stop it as a good number of people were joining PTI day by day, which was proof of its sincerity and the principled politics of its leaders, especially Imran Khan. She said that both the leading parties were looting country and that neither of them was being sincere with the country or its people.

Sobia Kamal said that her party was in favour of garnering more representation for women in parliament and that they would empower women after getting power in the country. She said that it was necessary to strengthen women if they wanted to strengthen the country, as this goal could not be achieved without uplifting the women in the country.

The PTI leader urged women to register their votes in the voter lists and also cast their votes in the next general elections if they really wanted change in the country. She said that her party would make every thief and looter of the country accountable after coming into power and would also establish law and order at every corner of the country.

Sadia Sohail, while addressing the gathering, said that both the major ruling parties of the country were busy introducing their heirs in politics to further their personal agendas and assets, adding that such a trend would not be acceptable for the nation anymore as the people of the country stood for change, especially in politics.