The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is gearing up for the upcoming general elections, with senior party leader Barrister Gohar Ali Khan urging workers to brace for the challenges ahead and anticipate victory on February 8. In a press conference in Rawalpindi, Barrister Gohar Ali Khan emphasized the need for PTI workers to endure the hardships leading up to the election and announced the commencement of a comprehensive election campaign. The PTI’s election campaign is set to commence on January 20, marking the party’s official entry into the electoral race as the general polls draw near.
Despite facing a series of setbacks, including the loss of its iconic electoral symbol and internal challenges, the PTI remains resolute in its commitment to participate in the elections and has vowed to run without its traditional ‘bat’ symbol. The party is in the process of finalizing its list of candidates for the National Assembly seats, with a complete list expected to be issued soon. Additionally, the PTI has taken steps to address internal conflicts, signaling a unified approach as it embarks on its election campaign. The PTI’s decision to launch a full-fledged election campaign reflects its determination to overcome obstacles and actively engage in the electoral process.