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Imran Khan launches PTI membership drive

Interestingly, this is the first time that any political party in Pakistan has taken such a step. On the other hand, PTI is popular for engaging the public through the latest tech trends. 

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Former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party PTI has launched its membership drive through its Raabta application. The move is the latest among PTI’s efforts to engage the public.

Taking to Twitter, former Federal Minister Asad Umar urged netizens to join and support Imran Khan’s struggle for an independent Pakistan.

“Inshallah PTI membership campaign will start from today. Let’s be part of the movement and support Imran Khan in his struggle for a truly independent new Pakistan,” Asad Umar tweeted. 

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Imran Khan not coming slow

Interestingly, this is the first time that any political party in Pakistan has taken such a step. On the other hand, PTI is popular for engaging the public through the latest tech trends.

Moreover, currently, Imran Khan is busy ensuring that entire Pakistan is aware of the conspiracy against him. Therefore, the PTI Chairman does not shy away from any methods to openly communicate with the public. Apart from holding continuous public rallies, Imran Khan has also been dominating social media.

Last month, Imran Khan hosted a Twitter space session where more than a million people joined to listen to him. Incidentally, the session was the largest in Twitter history.

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Additionally, Imran Khan also appeared in a podcast with social media influencer Junaid Akram. This again was a first by any political leader in Pakistan. Such tactics allow Imran Khan to reach the majority of the public. It also allows PTI supporters to easily reach their leader.

During the podcast, Imran Khan claimed that he became aware of the conspiracy against his government in July last year.

Khan said that there were threats of civil war in Afghanistan which is why he did not want to change the intelligence chief during difficult times.

“Our soldiers were being martyred, so I wanted the intelligence chief, who had served for five years already, to stay as it was the most difficult of times,” he said.

Khan added that his move was misinterpreted.

The PTI chairman went on to say that he had also learned last year that the PML-N was planning to “re-enter” the government. Furthermore, he said that throughout the time he was in power, he never made a decision that deviated from the principles of merit.

 

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