Pakistan’s ousted President Imran Khan has announced that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will launch an anti-government march on Islamabad in the last week of May.
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Imran Khan made this announcement on Saturday. In a video message, he said, “We will call on all Pakistanis, not just PTI supporters, to take part in the march as the country’s most corrupt people have been forced on us by foreign powers.” This news was published by Pakistan’s GeoTV on Saturday.
The PTI chairman said, “You have to tell the world that Pakistan is a living nation ().) And this time the preparations have started.” Our next target will be Islamabad.
Imran Khan said, “I believe that the sea of people will bring a storm to Islamabad and send a clear message to those people that from now on no foreigner will be able to impose a corrupt government on us.” The people of Pakistan will decide the fate of Pakistan.
He added that the PTI’s core committee had decided to call for the march because 80 per cent of Pakistan’s cabinet members were currently out on bail. The person who is the Prime Minister is called the Crime Minister. His family is facing a ৪ 40 billion lawsuit against the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
The PTI chairman claimed that bringing such people to power was an “insult” to Pakistan.
Incidentally, on April 10, Imran Khan lost his prime ministership in a no-confidence vote in Pakistan’s parliament (National Assembly). He is the first prime minister in the country’s history to be ousted by a no-confidence vote.