Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and Former Prime Minister, Imran Khan, on Saturday asked his party workers and supporters to reach Rawalpindi on November 26.
“You should try to reach between 1-2 PM and I will address you myself and give the next plan of action,” the PTI Chairman said, adding that only way to solve the country’s problems were fresh and fair elections.
The PTI Chief added that his government was ousted through a conspiracy, while people involved in criminal activities have been imposed on the country.
He also criticized the incumbent government over ‘failed economic policies’, saying that present rules did not have any road map to lift the country out of crisis.
Imran Khan also accused Rana Sanaullah of his involvement in the killing of 18 people and lashed out at the rulers over the May 25 incident, adding that PTI workers were brutally tortured, which he will remember forever.
He also talked about the lack of justice in the country and reminded everyone that justice had not been delivered to renowned journalist Arshad Sharif and PTI leader Senator Azam Swati.
The Former Prime Minister, while comparing his government with the current PML-N-led coalition government, said, “Despite all the difficulties from COVID-19 pandemic, the PTI Government took the country out of the crisis and the world had also acknowledged out performance.”
He added that the way the current rulers are running the country, we will not see any progress.