Addressing his workers and supporters at D-Chwok Islamabad, Imran Khan asked the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to let the investigations of rigging take place and keep governing the country, adding that our sit-in will also be continued during this period.
He said that Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari are the biggest thieves and demanded the prime minister to declare his assets, adding that we are not humiliating anyone.
He said that it is our right to question the rulers and they are answerable to the people.
The cricketer-turned-politician said that a ‘change’ has occurred here as the masses have stood up for their rights.
He asked PM Nawaz Sharif to let the investigations of electoral irregularities take place and if proven the premier will have to step down.
Khan said unless the culprits are punished neither targeted killings can be contained nor rigging of elections could be stopped.
He said Asif Ali Zardari had confessed during a telephonic conversation with him that the last elections were RO’s elections, questioning further why not the PPP co-chairman comes out against it.
The skipper accused Zardari of rigging the polls in Sindh and Nawaz Sharif of manipulating results in Punjab.
He also said that rulers had agreed upon the inclusion of intelligence agencies (IAs) in the commission to probe rigging allegations and asked what is ‘Mian Sahib’ afraid of, if he has not done anything wrong.
Imran Khan said that the rulers are frightened of the November 30 rally; his workers’ residences have been raided by police.
Moreover, he assured of the PTI rally on November 30 to be peaceful and said that nobody should be prevented from arriving in Islamabad.