PTI chief presents conditions for calling off long march
BANI GALA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan said on Friday that he will cancel his 14th August long march if the federal government accepts his party’s demand of scrutinizing election results of four constituencies, ARY News reported.
PTI chief has presented his demands for cancellation of his 14th August 2014 Tsunami march after the federal government invited him for a dialogue over the issue.
In a meeting with his senior party leaders at his Bani Gala residence, Imran Khan demanded that federal government should make a Judicial commission under newly nominated Chief Justice of Pakistan Nasir-ul-Mulk to probe the rigging allegations in four constituencies and present its report in 2 weeks.
PTI chief said that if the commission finds no irregularity in these constituencies, he will accept the federal government as legal.
Failing to do so, Imran Khan threatened the government with a final blow on 14th August in the form of Tsunami march.
Sources say that PTI chief will formally present his demands before government in a press conference.