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Imran says no compromise on PM’s resignation demand

ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan has said categorically rejected the statement of Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan in connection to army’s role as mediator to settle stand-off between the government and protesters, ARY News reported.

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“We did not ask army to become guarantor or mediate in the dispute”, he told marchers outside Parliament House in his address today.

The army chief agreed to mediate in the issue but he told us that PM Nawaz is not ready to resign,” he said.

Khan said he straightaway told the army chief that he did not trust Nawaz Sharif.

The PTI chief said it was a complete lie that he or his party approached Army Chief General Raheel Sharif to mediate.

Khan said money from Swiss Banks couldn’t be brought back when Zardari was in power, how could probe against PM be successful.

He referred Nawaz, “If you are thinking about Pakistan then it’s a one month matter to resign.” I will not step back from resignation demand. My nation has decided that Nawaz Sharif’s decision is imminent.

He slammed the PM for leaving the country in 1999 under a deal.

He said his announcement later this evening would shock the prime minister.

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