How do you say "We are the ones we've been waiting for" in Urdu?

A May 18 New York Times article describes a group of young people in Lahore, Pakistan, who used Facebook to organize their friends to do trash pick up. They call their group "Responsible Citizens."

Lahore trash.jpgphoto by Zackary Canepari for New York Times

“Everybody keeps blaming the government, but no one actually does anything,” said Shoaib Ahmed, 21, one of the organizers. “So we thought, why don’t we?”...“The youth of Pakistan wants to change things,” said Shahram Azhar, the lead singer for Laal, a Pakistani rock band, reflecting an attitude that is typical of this rebellious younger generation. The reason the Taliban is ruling Swat,” he said referring to a valley north of Islamabad where Islamic extremists took control this year, “is because they are organized. We need to organize, too. The only answer to Pakistan’s problems,” he added, “is a broad-based people’s movement.”

Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs