Sit-in to remain continue till rigging investigation: Imran Khan
“PM Nawaz didn’t allowed public to come inside Islamabad stadium during the match between Pakistan ‘A’ and Afghanistan in the fear of ‘Go Nawaz Go’, the match was attended by Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani”, said Imran Khan.
Addressing to PTI supporters in Jehlum, Imran Khan expressed grief over firing at PTI’s rally in Jehlum, occurred in the evening, that left eight injured including a 21 years old youth Adnan, who is in critical condition. Imran said that he will visit hospital after the rally to inquire health of injurers.
Imran Khan asked people to reach Islamabad on November 30 for the decisive battle adding that time has come to stand up and fight for their rights.
“November 30 will be decisive; the ‘Change’ will challenge the Status Quo”, said Khan.
He said PTI will hold a rally in Larkana on November 21 (Friday) which will be followed by a public gathering in Gujranwala.
“I will be visiting Larkana to show my support to the oppressed people of Sindh including farmers and workers”, said PTI Chief.
Highlighting the resources of Pakistan, Imran Khan said Pakistan is blessed with all the resources and the most prominent among them is huge amount of youth population. He vowed that in ‘Naya Pakistan’ youth will be given proper attention.
Praising Police of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Imran Khan said “KPK Police is completely depoliticized and the credit goes to Inspector General of Police (IGP) Nasir Durrani , who bought reforms in police system.”
“Even PMLN’s parliamentary leader in KP Assembly Sardar Aurangzeb complimented KP Police, calling it better than that of Punjab”, said Khan.
PTI Chief alleged PM Nawaz of giving Rs. 270 crore to Investigation Bureau (IB) to fail PTI’s protest in Federal Capital. He said PM Nawaz bought many media houses and journalists to speak against PTI.
He said in order to bring the desired change 200 honest personnel to serve at key position are required.
Imran Khan vowed to continue protest till the transparent investigation of rigging.