LAHORE Chairman Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf Imran Khan predicted on Sunday that a change would take place on the political scene some time during the next year. He is of the considered opinion that better days are ahead for Pakistan. Talking to TheNation, the former cricket hero said a team of PTI experts is preparing a 90-day agenda to be implemented by the PTI government immediately after coming to power. Imran said the country was passing through a very difficult time at present. We are allowing the government time (to set things right). In case they failed, the PTI would move the court, bring people on the streets and also launch a civil disobedience campaign. At present, he said he was trying to strengthen the party organisation and focus on the candidates who would take part in the elections. The question of forming alliance with other parties would be taken up subsequently, he said. He branded the PML-N and the PPP as the status quo parties which would not be able to face the PTI in elections. Answering a question, he said the central executive committee of the PTI would meet shortly after Eid to review the situation and take necessary decisions. Imran said the PTI faced two challenges at present: Selection of good election candidates, and choosing clean parties as allies. A slight mistake could damage the party that had become the ray of hope for the people, he said. Asked about the rumours that the change of government could take place anytime, the PTI chief said: I cant say anything on the subject. Apparently, there is nothing that can bring down the government. He said the PML-N had failed to dislodge the government and now the PTI was the only power that could achieve the target by using the street power. About his China visit, for which he had been extended invitation by the Chinese government, Imran said his party would benefit from the experience of the friendly country in poverty alleviation and uprooting corruption. He said the PTI would sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Communist Party of China for the purpose. In response to a question, Imran said both President Zardari and the Sharifs should bring back to Pakistan all their assets abroad. If they did not, he said, the PTI would take the matter to court. When pointed out that the Sharifs claimed they had already declared their assets and given details of taxes paid by their industrial units during the previous years, the PTI chief remained unconvinced. He said the Sharifs gave details of sales tax, which was paid by the people, not the industries. The real tax was the income tax and the Sharifs had yet to give details. He also demanded that the Sharifs should also give details of the assets abroad of their children and the means by which they had made them. Unless this was done, he said, nobody would believe that they had given complete details of their assets. As for his own assets, Imran claimed that he had declared everything and whatever he owned was in Pakistan. He said nobody could prove that he had concealed anything.