PTI organises medical camp

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Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) held a medical camp held under the supervision of former Punjab governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar. Around 300 patients were checked and given medicine.

The former governor said that the country had become “masailistan” due to policies of the rulers. He said that corruption and bad governance had become a cancer for the country and that Pakistan can’t move ahead without the eradication of corruption.

He said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf will never step away from any sacrifice in the war on corruption. Sarwar said that all institutions have failed to deliver basic necessities to people and that the problems of the people had been exacerbated.

“Corruption, load shedding, inflation, and poverty have become a never ending nightmare for the nation,” the PTI leader said.

He said that service of humanity has become the mission of the PTI and that this drive will continue in the future.