Long March

Imran vows to topple monarchy on August 14

ISLAMABAD: The chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan has said that if the General Elections 2013 turn out to be fair, then we shall apologize the government and will felicitate it for winning the polls, however re-elections is the only way if the rigging allegations were proven, ARY News reported.

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Addressing a news conference here, Imran Khan said that his party knocked at every door, the election tribunals, judiciary and the Parliament, but from nowhere it was served justice. He added that if rigging allegations were proven, then re-elections are the only way out.

Khan vowed to be with PTI workers in the Azadi March and not to quit the sit-in until the acceptance of their demands.

He said, ‘our demands are justified and in favor of democracy, while the PTI workers will end their sit-in after toppling monarchy in state on August 14’.

The PTI chief said currently the economic indicators are at their worst position in the last five years, exports and the GDP growth are minimum.

He said that entire country is affected due to power shortfall, but in Raiwind there is no load-shedding being carried out.

During his address, Imran Khan warned the government that if it tried to house arrest him, then the entire country will be halted and the PTI workers will fully fight back this decision.

Speaking about state oppression against Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), he said that Dr Tahir ul Qadri and the PAT workers are being victimized, while the entire Punjab Police is acting like ‘Gullu Butt’.

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