Imran Khan says long march will not go beyond October
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - PTI chairman Imran Khan has said that the long march will not go beyond October.
Addressing a press conference on Monday, he said that they are giving the deadline to the government. "We will launch the long march if the elections were not announced. This time our preparation is complete and all plans of the government will fail. Rana Sanaullah will not get an opportunity to do anything," he added.
The PTI chairman said that the PPP had done rigging openly in Karachi NA-237, seeking re-polling in the constituency. "Nawaz Sharif wants get the elections conducted after reduction in the popularity of the PTI," he added.
He said that the by-elections was a referendum which proved that the nation wants new elections. "The nation has rejected the present rulers," he added.
Imran Khan also announced to raise the issue of the alleged torture of Azam Swati at the international level.