Pakistani Prime Minister and President Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan said on Thursday that the PTI was the most popular and well-organized political force in the country.
“We are moving towards achieving the goal of empowering the masses politically and administratively at the lowest level,” Imran Khan said as he chaired an important meeting of the PTI Central Executive Committee (CEC) here.
Foreign Minister and PTI Vice President Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Planning Minister and PTI Central Secretary General Asad Umar, and other CEC members attended the meeting.
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The Prime Minister said that in the process of national development and progress, special attention was paid to the well-being of poor segments of society.
From the health card to the Sasta Ration regimes, the government was spending extraordinary resources on the welfare of the masses on the model of a welfare state, he added.
Imran Khan urged party workers to participate in the process of disseminating the benefits of government welfare projects to the masses.
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A 21-member constitutional committee was formed to suggest structural changes.
After reviewing the structure and constitution, the president of the PTI will make further decisions.
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The Prime Minister called on PTI officials to organize and prepare them to meet future political challenges at all levels.
The meeting reflected on the recommendations presented by the special committee of the PTI formed to revise the constitution of the party.
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The prime minister called on the newly appointed members of the bureau headed by PTI central secretary general Asad Umar to quickly complete the process of organizing the party at the lowest levels.