Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has declared that 2015 will be election year as he asked his supporters to prepare for a fresh poll.
He made the announcement while addressing a rally at the Sports Stadium in Sargodha on Friday evening, The Nation reported.
Imran Khan termed the 60 per cent youth population as the power that could change the fate of the country.
Imran Khan reiterated his stance of not calling off the sit-ins till the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who he has accused of rigging last year's general election.
He said he would make 'Naya Pakistan' to elevate the living standard of millions of people who are living below the poverty line.
"I will take care of the ignored communities and stand for the rights of farmers, labourers and other oppressed people in the country," Imran said.
The PTI chief said past and incumbent rulers had made two separate laws: one for the masses and the other for themselves.
This discriminatory system should be eliminated, he added.
Imran Khan announced that his next public meeting would be held in Larkana on November 21.