Addressing a mammoth public gathering in Nankana Sahib on Wednesday, Imran Khan urged the laborers, domestic servants, farmers, youngsters and people from all walks of life to gather in Islamabad in large numbers on November 30. He said that November 30 will be marked in the history of Pakistan as a day on which the people achieved their due rights.
He said that it will become difficult for PM Nawaz Sharif to rule the country, if his party was not served justice until November 30.
During his address, the PTI chairman slammed the owner of Jang/Geo group, Mir Shakil ur Rehman asking him to remain the owner of a media house and not to be a blackmailer.
He also praised senior anchorperson of ARY News, Mubashir Lucman for exposing the corruption of some of the most influential figures and bringing facts before the nation.
Khan also said that we want to see an independent judiciary here, adding that a judge cannot have respect by the use of force; it is his character which earns him respect by the society.
He also quoted a British judge as saying that the contempt of court law should not be aimed at quietening a person.
The cricketer-turned-politician vowed to change the fate of the country if ever his party rose to power. He said, “We will collect highest amount of taxes in the country, for then the people will be sure that the taxes paid by them will not be plundered and it will all be spent upon themselves”.
Imran Khan said there are huge reserves of gold and copper at 147 different locations all over Pakistan, where mining will be done to raise the standard of living of the people.
He said that the ruling Nawaz-league together with Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) fixed the elections match and robbed the mandate of the people.
Imran Khan lamented that the present government registered fake FIRs against an honest NADRA chief, Tariq Malik and forced him to go abroad, while he himself and his party is being denied justice for more than a year, what can a commoner expect from the current rulers.
Moreover, he urged all the Pakistanis to take to the federal capital on November 30, if they are to get their rights.