Imran Khan announces to lead PTI’s election rally in Lahore tomorrow
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan Saturday announced leading his party’s election rally himself tomorrow (Sunday) in Lahore.
“I will lead the election rally to show them that we are not domesticated animals,” the former prime minister told his party workers during his address via video link.
Khan said that the “powerful” segments want to get the upcoming general elections in Punjab and KP cancelled at all costs.
“They would try to get the polls cancelled by assassinating him or bomb blasts , I know that they will do something to stop the election,” the PTI chairman added.
Reacting to interim CM Naqvi’s presser, Khan said that statements from different people were being released to “coverup” the matter of the killing of Zille Shah. Rubbishing the statement of the interim CM, the PTI leader said the interim government should be ashamed of the murder.
Turning his guns towards the establishment, Khan said a “psychopath” — who he also calls “Dirty Harry” — is spreading hatred in the country. He demanded his resignation but refused to name him.
“They were scared of us as the entire nation stands with the PTI,” claimed the deposed prime minister.
Berating Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif, Khan said that an “absconder” is making the country’s decisions while sitting in London. The court had declared him a “national criminal”.
Urging the judiciary to play its role, the PTI leader said that the judiciary was the sole hurdle for the incumbent government in transforming Pakistan into a “banana republic”.