Pakistan’s future to be decided in Islamabad on Nov 2: Imran
MATNI, Peshawar: PTI chief Imran Khan says November 2 protest in Islamabad will decide the future of Pakistan, ARY News reported.
Speaking to a public rally in Matni, Khan said when the leader was corrupt, the whole institution plunge into corruption.
The PTI chairman said no nation could accept the ‘corrupt man’ as its prime minister.
He said November 2 protest will also decide who does Pakistan actually belong to. He reiterated that nation only progress when justice deliverance is ensured.
Khan appealed the masses to join Islamabad protest to bring about ‘real change’. It’s Shah Farman’s, PTI lawmaker from Khyber Pakhtonkhwa, responsibility to bring you all to Islamabad.
“At one end, Naya Pakistan is emerging…while on the other end, old leaders are standing,” said the PTI chief.
He also chanted ‘Go Nawaz Go’ slogans during his address.
PTI’s siege was earlier planned for October 30 but then the party decided to change the date.
Recently speaking to media. Khan warned the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in the centre of stern consequences if the government tried to stop PTI’s peaceful protest by any means.
He urged people from across the country to come out of their homes and support PTI in its drive against corruption in the country.
The Chairman PTI Imran Khan has already clarified that this time, the siege of the federal capital would continue until the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Khan also told Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to face an inquiry into Panama Leaks Papers or give resignation because according to him, “Not without justice, PTI will leave roads in Islamabad.”