Long March

Imran asks people to struggle for rights or fall prey to rulers

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has said more rigging could have taken place in the next general had people not taken to the streets is Islamabad in his crusade against what he described as ‘corrupt government’, ARY News reported.

Addressing his supporters at a sit-in camp outside Parliament House in the red zone, Khan announced to give party tickets to those who would perform well in their respective domains.

He said societies lead to destruction where there was no law for justice dispensation. Khan called upon people to struggle for their rights, ‘otherwise rulers will subject them to cruel treatment.’

He said he would personally award ticket party members in the next general elections, keeping in view the individual performance of MPs.

“Our struggle is as important as the independence movement of Pakistan that took place at time of inception of Pakistan,” he added.

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