ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday said the date for a long march towards Islamabad will be disclosed in the last week of May.
In a video message, Imran Khan said the decision has been taken by the core committee of PTI. “We deliberated the call to long march and decided to announce the date in the last week of May.”
He said the country has been disrespected and the most-corrupt people have been imposed on it. Imran Khan said 60 per cent of people in the cabinet are on bails.
He said the prime minister is called the ‘crime minister’ and he is charged with money-laundering cases in FIA and NAB worth Rs40 billion.
Imran Khan asked the people to prepare for the long march from Chand Raat.
“This is an invitation not just to PTI but Pakistanis. You have to tell the whole world that Pakistan is an alive nation.”
He urged the people, especially youngsters, to come out with [Pakistan] flags. After this, he added, “Inshallah – our next step would be the Islamabad march.”
Imran Khan claimed that a ‘sea of people’ will gather in Islamabad which would certify that no foreign power could impose the corrupt clan on the people of Pakistan and the nation would be the one to decide its fate.
Courtesy Bol News