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Shops, businesses won't be forced shut in Karachi, assures Imran

ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan on Thursday assured that the protest in Karachi will be peaceful and that the shops and businesses will not be forced shut there, ARY News reported.

Addressing the participants of the PTI sit-in camp, Imran Khan said that the ‘independence’ is not possible without ‘sacrifice’. He told the participants that they were the future leaders of the ‘naya Pakistan’, adding, “You people are going to form the naya Pakistan and nothing else can be greater than this”.

He added that it was a time of their training and that the hard work never goes in vain.

The PTI chairman slammed that all the parliamentarians irrespective of their political orientations unified against Tehreek-i-Insaf.

Taking exception to Maulana Fazlur Rahman, he said that JUIF chief calls him an immature person and stated ironically “Thanks to Allah that I am not as mature as Maulana Fazlur Rahman”.

He also expressed his satisfaction for not being a politician like Asif Ali Zardari.

Bashing the prime minister, Khan said that Nawaz Sharif ‘cries’ over the use of derogatory language against him. He inquired PM Nawaz Sharif, “What else should I call a plunderer, if not dacoit”.

He said, “Tomorrow I am going to visit Karachi and if the people there are satisfied with this system they should keep their businesses opened, nobody will be forced to close down shops or businesses”.

Imran Khan however said that those who seek ‘change’ will shut down their businesses, adding that his party will stage sit-ins at different locations in the metropolis, blocking the roads.

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