Home » Breaking News, Pakistan News » PTI to launch new Plan after strike in Lahore

PTI to launch new Plan after strike in Lahore

Imran Khan

Pakistan, Lahore News : Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would not be able to run his government if he did not carry out accountability of rigging in the last parliamentary elections.

“Mian sb, you have two options. Either set up a judicial commission or it will become difficult for you to run the government smoothly,” Khan said while addressing a massive gathering of supporters at Charing Cross in Lahore at the end of his party’s protest sit-ins.

“My next plan is ready if Nawaz Sharif doesn’t come on the negotiating table,” he threatened. He said that PTI was not ready to accept rigged elections.

He pledged that he would bring back the looted money while demanding that Rana Sanaullah be sent to jail over murder of PTI worker Haq Nawaz. Imran said that his party had staged a historic sit-in for 124 days for justice. “Lahore has given its verdict that May 2013 elections were rigged,” he said.

The PTI chief said he only wants to see free and fair elections in the country. PTI Leader said that “I also thank traders, transport operators, lawyers, women and people of Lahore for observing a complete strike in Lahore.”

Like this story?




More News on EPakistanNews.com

Pakistan News update 24 hours, latest breaking news updates in Pakistan, Pak news, Pakistan Urdu columns, latest news pakistan, political news updates, E Pakistan Newspaper, Karachi News, Karachi Updates, Lahore news, Islamabad news, Multan news and more breaking news, E Pakistan News brings Latest Pakistan News, headline news, pk politics, News online, sports, politics news from Pakistan.


Home - Disclaimer - Follow us on Twitter - Like us on Facebook

Copyright © 2010-2015, E Pakistan News, All rights are reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission are strongly prohibited.
if you need any further assistance please contact us via email epn@epakistannews.com