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Imran denies forced closure of business in Karachi

KARACHI: PTI chairman Imran Khan on Friday thanked the Karachiites, transporters, traders and labourers for pressurizing the government with their support to PTI call in the provincial capital of Sindh, ARY News reported.

“We didn’t force any one in Karachi to shut down shops or any business activities,” he claimed.

Speaking to media at Karachi airport, Imran said we were shutting down the city not for ourselves, but for the country.

We want a corruption-free government in Pakistan so that election process could be made transparent future.

He said that people were ready to take on the government if they repeated the same ‘violent episode’ as they did in Faisalabad.

In view of the reports I have received so far, I want to thank the people of Karachi. “Peaceful protest in democracy is my right,” he said.

The PTI chief said all parties were of the view that elections were rigged. No one has right to ask goons to attack PTI workers and supporters, he lamented.

He disclosed that: “We will hold press conference tomorrow [Saturday] to expose all PML-N and Rana Sanaullah-backed criminals who attacked PTI rally.

It is expected that Imran Khan will fly back to Islamabad from Karachi around 5pm after addressing a sit-in at Shahrah-e-Faisal.

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