Addressing the participants of the PTI sit-in camp, Imran Khan said that the law of Pakistan provides him the right of peaceful protest. He said that the Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan spoke very harshly today.
“I do not require any certificate from the Interior Minister to stage a peaceful protest demonstration”, he said. “Would Chaudhry Nisar tell me about my democratic rights?”
“Our protest will be peaceful for we want to remain within the constitutional framework, however if the government tried to sabotage it by engaging police, we will fight back”, said a defiant Khan.
He added no matter if we had to go to jails, we shall again stage a sit-in after getting released.
The PTI chairman said that the nature of his protest movement will be changed after November 30.
The cricketer-turned-politician inquired what kind of system is it, where justice is not served even after waiting for more than one and a half year. He said we are standing here today seeking justice.
Imran Khan restated that worst rigging of the history took place in the General Elections 2013 and if we the people do not come out this time, then the electoral irregularities will be taking place in future as well.