Pakistan News / Rawalpindi PTI Rally News > Chief of Pakistan Tehirk-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Tuesday announced to challenge Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani’s visit to UK following his conviction in contempt of court case.
“There is no moral ground for Gilani to hold the office any more. PTI is going to file a petition in Supreme Court against his visit to Britain along with an 80-member delegation,” the cricketer-turned-politician announced while addressing thousands of his supporters at a rally in Rawalpindi grissini city.
Khan said National Assembly Speaker, Fehmida Mirza’s ruling against PM’s conviction would also be challenged in the apex court on Monday.
“Days of injustice have end now…The tsunami of PTI is going to build a new Pakistan,” Khan affirmed.
He announced holding of a mass meeting in Hyderabad, the stronghold of MQM, on June 22, claiming that PTI’s popularity in Balochistan has shoot up to 35 percent.