Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan on Wednesday stressed that it is the state’s responsibility to provide basic rights to the underprivileged.
Addressing the representatives of minority groups at the minorities convention, Imran presented his party’s agenda to uplift various religious groups across Pakistan.
Imran Khan said that more than 2.5 crore children are out of the schools, getting education is right of every child, he added.
He said that common man of the country has been deprived of the basic rights.
We are unable to provide basic health facilities to the people of Pakistan, Imran added.
“Minorities were given rights in Madinah’s welfare state,” said Imran. “But the weak don’t get their due rights in Pakistan.”