Patrs
The Pakistani Movement for Justice

The Pakistani Movement for Justice

The Pakistani Movement for Justice (PTI) is a Pakistani political party that is currently the ruling party in Pakistan. PTI is the largest political party in terms of representation in the National Assembly as of Pakistan's 2018 general election. The party has over 10 million members in Pakistan and overseas membership and ranks among the largest political parties in the world. The history of the party begins in 1996 in Lahore. It won first place in the 2002 elections. In 2013, the party received 7.5 million votes, the second largest number of votes. In 2007, the party, along with many other political parties, joined all the parties in the democratic movement that opposed further military rule. In the general elections in Pakistan in 2013, the party established itself as a major party, and in 2018 it became the largest political force in the general elections and in the subsequent formation of a coalition government. The party's representation in the federal parliament (National Assembly) in 2018 was 43%, and the party won 49 seats. The party chairman is Imran Khan. Aamir Mehmood Qiani is the Secretary General. Deputy Chairman - Shah Mehmud Qureshi. The leader in the Upper Legislative Chamber in the bicameral legislature is Shibli Faraz, in the Lower Legislative Chamber - Imran Khan. The party seeks to transform Pakistan into a modern democratic, egalitarian, tolerant Islamic welfare state (Ryasat-e-Madina). The party seeks to create a just society based on humane values. The party is chaired by Imran Khan, a Pakistani statesman, Prime Minister of Pakistan since 2018. The youth wing of the party is represented by the Insaf Youth Wing Pakistan youth organization. ISF has held numerous protests and rallies in all parts of Pakistan to raise awareness of various issues. The official website of the party: