Decided not to stage sit-in on May 26 as anarchy could spread in country: Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - PTI chairman Imran Khan has said that he decided not to stage the sit-in in Islamabad on May 26 as anarchy could spread in the country.
Addressing a big public gathering at Parade Ground on Saturday, he said that the people could stand against the police and the Rangers as they were angry with them.
He said that Mir Sadiq and Mir Jaffar had hatched a conspiracy against him, removed an elected government and imposed big dacoits on the people.
Imran Khan said that the institutions should see that the people have not come out only in Islamabad, but across the country. "Still there is time to save the country from thieves."
He said that how the world can respect the green passport when the prime minister himself says they are beggars. "The sons of a three-time prime minister say they are not Pakistanis, but UK nationals. What can be bigger insult than this?" he added.
The PTI chairman said that thieves have come into the power to suck the blood of the people. "I ask the institutions the country destroys when you make the thieves sit on the national kitty," he declared.
He said that the prices of all items, including petrol, can be reduced by giving a subsidy of a half of Rs1,100 billion to the people. "The rulers are giving themselves the NRO-II of Rs1,100 billion," he maintained.