Imran Khan leads Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf under the slogan: “Change”. On 25 April 1996, in Lahore, the Pakistan Movement for Justice(PTI), a social democratic and radical political movement, was founded by Imran Khan. The PTI boycotted the 2008 general elections but became more politically active in 2011. The PTI claims to represent all Pakistanis regardless of religion, ethnicity, language or residence. It aims to create a modern, egalitarian Islamic democratic welfare state. The PTI promotes a nationalist agenda, arguing that terrorism, extremism, and radicalization have increased since Pakistan joined the War on Terror. Party emerged as country’s second most popular party in 2013 elections. PTI currently holds 32 seats in the National Assembly. It is ruling party in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Imran Khan is the current chairman of PTI.