Imran Khan says no talks if govt doesn't want to hold elections
LAHORE (92 News) - PTI chairman Imran Khan has rejected the government's offer to dialogues, saying that there will be no talks if the government does not want to hold the elections.
In a statement on Friday, he said that some people want to see his quarrel with the Army. "Tomorrow the biggest congregation of the history will be held. The people have gained consciousness. Only political stability will bring economic stability," he added.
The PTI chairman said that the country will strengthen if the institutions will strengthen. "We have been subjected to cruelty during the last seven months," he added.
He urged the government to work as per the law and the constitution. "The real freedom will be when no one will dictate us," he added.
On the other hand, all set to hold the PTI rally in Rawalpindi. A tent city has been established in Allama Iqbal Park. Caravans from all over the country are heading towards Rawalpindi.
On Saturday, Rawalpindi will warmly welcome PTI chairman Imran Khan.