Published On: Mon, Sep 5th, 2016

Imran Khan says, not without justice, PTI will leave roads



KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan said on Monday that his party would continue to protest on the roads until justice was served on the Panamagate Scandal.

Talking to media representatives outside his residence in Bani Gala Islamabad before leaving for Karachi today, Mr Khan said the prime minister was destroying state institutions in a bid to justify his illegal money he earned through corruption.

Regarding Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq’s reference against Mr Khan sent to the Election Commission earlier today the PTI chief said, upon what new disclosure the speaker had to send a reference against me.

Imran Khan is arriving in Karachi today on a two-day visit where he is due to hold a public gathering at the famous Nishtar Park on Tuesday.

Party sources told ARY News that Mr Khan’s rally in the port city was against Altaf Hussain, the exiled founder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) for making anti-Pakistan statements and speeches last month following which even his party leadership in Pakistan disowned him.

Mr Khan would also speak about Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s alleged corruption in the country and the Panamagate Scandal.

According to PTI spokesperson, Mr Khan had to cancel a trip to Nathia Gali in Abbottabad district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa just to be in Karachi today.

He would meet workers of the Pakistan Steel Mills, who have been protesting against the government for non-payment of their salaries since many days.

Mr Khan would appeal the government to clear their dues on an urgent basis.

Federal Finance Minister Ishaq Dar commented on Mr Khan’s likely Karachi visit on Monday and said the PTI chief must refrain from insulting state institutions and their heads.

He claimed that the protesting workers of Pakistan Steel Mills would get their two-month salary before this Eid-ul-Azha.

Chairman PTI has already launched Ehtesab (accountability) Movement in the country against the governing PML-N and even took out a massive rally in Lahore on Saturday against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, who is also his brother.

Courtesy: ARY

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