Pakistan

Imran dogged to reduce govt’s five-year life

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has said the people were fed up of the current governance system in Pakistan, ARY News reported Wednesday.

Imran appealed people to come of their homes and reach Islamabad with the families to take part in PTI rally against the government on November 30.

“Don’t get disappointed if justice is not doled out to you on Nov 30.”

Addressing the party workers meeting, Khan said ‘Naya Pakistan’ was not far now. People should come of their homes for the sake of their children’s future, he urged.

Khan said he felt that government would drag its life for another year. If people did not take to the streets on November 30, the government will complete its five-year life, he added.

“I am sure the change is not coming… it has already been brought about,” he told workers.

He said: “Until we rise against this oppressive system, we cannot get justice.”

The PTI chief it would be a big test on November 30, as government is fearful of people now.

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