Long March

PTI chief announces rallies in four big cities of Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has announced to stage protest rallies in four big cities of Pakistan, ARY News reported.

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PTI chief Imran Khan while speaking to his party men staging a sit-in in Islamabad for the fourteenth consecutive day, announced rallies in Karachi, Faisalabad, Multan and Lahore.

The cricketer turned politician who is currently pressing Pakistan’s Prime Minister to resign, said that he will decide in the evening, as to how many more cities will see party’s protest rallies.

He claimed that PM Nawaz is worried as he thinks that if PTI march will succeed in attaining its objectives, his seat and his family business will be in ruins and he will have to face accountability.

Khan said that Nawaz Sharif is speaking lies and making mistakes as he is taken aback by your passion adding tha he can smell success.

Taking a jab at Geo TV owner, Mir Shakeel, Khan said that if honor and disgrace are in God’s hands, why should he fear Mir Shakeel.

It must be remembered that PTI chief along with his party workers and supporters from all of Pakistan is staging a sit-in with major demands being PM’s resignation and inquiry into poll rigging.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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