FAISALABAD The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman has said that 18th Amendment was a conspiracy against the free and fair judiciary. Addressing the black coats at District Bar Association here on Monday, he said that both the big parties of the country had been united against the freedom of judiciary. He stated that 18th Amendment was theft gate for the corrupt politicians that was a conspiracy against the country and Constitution of 1973. He maintained that war on terror was pushing Islamabad into deep crises as US had been investing 100 billion dollars in this regard. He said that Chinas economy progressed due to its overseas investment. If our country come out of the war and bring law and order situation in control, the overseas investors would invest here. He urged to focus on education and agriculture sector and added that we could not progress without increasing the literacy ratio. He said, We all are responsible the culprits in the country, because we did not take any step to stop them. He opined that the election commission was not free in the country. Earlier, a rally was also taken out that ended at Clock Tower Square under his leadership. Later, during his visit to the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry, he held meetings with the office-bearers and business community of Faisalabad. A large number of business community and people from all walks of life were also present on the occasion. He said the reinstatement of Supreme Court Judges was a historic moment in the history of Pakistan and people have great expectations from the independent judiciary. Hopefully within a month, the Supreme Court of Pakistan will decide the critical decision pertaining to NRO. Briefing on the establishment of SKMH&RC, he said that it was one of the unique cancer relief projects in the world. Despite the negative remarks and discouraging attitude from the government functionaries, the Cancer Hospital by the Grace of Almighty Allah is rendering services up to the entire satisfaction of the patients and 75 per cent of the patients of critical diseases have been treated free of cost which is a hallmark in the history of health services. The said project is totally based on the donations, and the majority of the donors are overseas Pakistanis. While highlighting about the NAMAL Mianwali Campus, he said, It is one of the unique educational institutions being established in affiliation with the University of Bradford UK, wherein about all subjects of Engineering, Software and Language Courses are being offered. Answering to a question, he said that Pakistan economy was in war-like situation, wherein every field and sector had badly suffered due to the poor policies and misappropriation of government funds. A significant part of GDP of our country comprised overseas Pakistanis income. In this regard, the government should put emphasis on to facilitate this community, he added. Prior to Imrans address, Sh Abdul Qayyum, President FCCI in his welcome address, appreciated the social services of Imran Khan. He briefed on the activities and the services rendered by the SKMH&RC for the betterment of cancer patients of the country. He also highlighted the economic issues being confronted by the business community of the country. He also briefed the energy crisis, high mark-up of banks and the Value Added Tax (VAT) consequences during the meeting. He stressed the need for resolving the water crisis which is likely to be faced by our country. He urged Imran Khan to highlight and raise these issues on appropriate forums. The meeting ended with the vote of thanks by vice president Shabbir Hussain Chawla. FCCI shield being presented to the chief guest by the President FCCI.