Protests to continue till judicial commission formed: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that he will withdraw his call for the countrywide shutter down strike on 18th December if the government forms the judicial commission to investigate the alleged rigging in 2013 elections, ARY News reports.

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Imran Khan, speaking to media before leaving for Lahore, said that “the crime that was committed in the general elections of 2013” should be caught.

He also said that the party will continue to stage protests in the country till the government forms the judicial commission to probe the alleged rigging in the elections.

“The objective of pressurizing the federal government is to make them negotiate with the party”, Khan said.

Imran Khan added that the protests in Lahore will remain peaceful given that the government does not release their Gullu Butts.

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