Addressing the participants of the Azadi sit-in, Imran Khan felicitated them saying that their struggle helped reducing the prices of petroleum products in the country.
He said that he is extremely glad to witness that the Azadi sit-in has awakened the nation, adding that no rally of any other political party can ever match this sit-in.
Khan however said that the petroleum prices were supposed to be reduced by another 5 rupees per liter and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf will demand for further depletion in these prices as well as the power tariff on November 30.
He said today every single child knows about the oppressors and the ones fighting for the rights of the people.
The PTI chairman vowed that his party will delegate powers to the common people.
He asked the people to gather in large numbers in Islamabad on November 30, adding that it would not be the final day; our struggle will go on until the system of the country is not changed.