Imran Khan, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, has said that a new telethon would be held next Sunday to raise money for the flood victims.
Imran Khan stated today that he will host another telethon in Sindh to raise “billions of cash” once more for the flood victims. He made the announcement while speaking to a large crowd in Faisalabad.
In order to lessen the impacts of climate change in Pakistan, Imran Khan said that the PTI government has planted 10 billion trees. “We need to build additional dams. The government of our country built ten dams.
To prevent such disasters, we want a suitable water drainage system. The drainage infrastructure for water must be improved across Pakistan.
“The people of the city were experiencing unemployment and the collapse of the textile industries when we arrived in Faisalabad for electioneering in 2018. In the 3.5 years that the PTI government was in power, Faisalabad’s textile sector expanded and created jobs, while farmers received regular payments.
According to Khan, the last two years of the PTI government saw record crop production. He continued by saying that since “an imported government was installed through a foreign conspiracy,” the situation has changed dramatically as people are now observing an increase in unemployment and fuel costs.
The PTI leader charged that the current administration has ruined the country’s economy in just four months.