PTI’s Print Ad on Imran Khan’s 100 Days Receives Mixed Reactions on Social Media
The first 100 days of Imran Khan have finally come to an end.
The Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, the veteran sportsman had promised the nation that he will bring massive change (tabdeeli) and will create a ‘Naya Pakistan’.
The last 100 days had been filled with a flurry of activities, and a lot has happened, from the government’s anti-encroachment drive to the construction of a separate biker’s lane and tackling the mafia in the educational system.
The Government of Pakistan shared a simple advert which encapsulates the PM’s and party’s work. Instead of using long sentences of paragraphs, they let two sentences say it all!
The advert, PTI and PM Khan have received a lot of appreciation for the simplicity of the ad and for the progress which the country has made, since Khan had on innumerable occasions mentioned that he would do everything in power to bring a positive change in Pakistan.
No doubt, 100 days of PTI govt is much better than the last 30 years of looters and plunders. PM @ImranKhanPTI take exclusive intitiatives especially for persecuted and tyrannized community. He is ensuring reforms by stucking with his ideology.#TabdeeliKay100Din #IKRayOfHope pic.twitter.com/0WTVn4JRQE
— Qasim Ishfaq (@QasimIshfaqktk) November 29, 2018
On October 11launched the housing scheme which envisages construction of five million affordable houses for under privileged segments of the society.The response received both from the local and foreign investors and overseas Pakistanis towards Naya Pakistan#100GoldenDaysOfPTI pic.twitter.com/ydsAZy6bKN
— ?Azka Khan? (@its_AzkaKhan) November 28, 2018
While some negative comments were also being passed
– We did not recover #TahirDawar before he could be killed
– We kept Transferring police officers in defense of Swati vs Bajaur family
– We could not do anything for Ex-FATA in 100 days
– We kept taking #UTurns #PTIGovernment #Pakistan
— Bashir Ahmad Gwakh (@bashirgwakh) November 29, 2018
— Monib Raj (@Monibism) November 29, 2018
— محمد عمار بن لطیف (@iMUBL) November 29, 2018
While we think the ad was definitely impactful, what do our readers have to say about the #100daysofkhan and the print advertisement they used? Do let us know in the comments below!