Nato supplies: PTI to hold two-day Peshawar sit-in

Khan has invited all the opposition parties who agree with the PTI’s five-point agenda to join hands with the party.

Express April 07, 2011

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said his party will arrange a sit-in in Peshawar on April 23 and 24 against the Nato supplies to Afghanistan. Khan has invited all the opposition parties who agree with the PTI’s five-point agenda to join hands with the party in the sit-in. The five points are: safeguarding the nation’s security, immediate end to drone attacks, release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, ending American interference and protesting the unjust release of Raymond Davis. He said the present rulers have invested heavily in the West and that is the reason they cannot annoy the Western powers. He accused both the federal and the Punjab government of collusion in the release of Raymond Davis.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 7th,  2011.


Muhammad Aslam Khan | 10 years ago | Reply Pakistan Chairman Imran Khan is taking very bold step I will call patriot act This is the right time and right cause we have to protect our Sovereignty enough is enough if drone attack will continouing then why Pak army is participating in this war if we both collision partner have no trust or respect for each other Then why we facing all this issue like terrorism on our soul. Our nation should wakeup it's time for them to join sit -in in Peshawer Our nation should stand with brave leader Chairman Imran Khan and support the true movement like PTI is the only party and leadership could handle the Nationsl issues and tackles the critical problems . Imran khan is capable to deal country issues and deal With Pakistsni leadership Our nation have golden chance a opportunity to standup and fight for their right and support their brothers and sister and kid and oldests dying in drone attacks Corrupt leaders has sold nation dignity and respect Our soul is injured what has left our nation is living under oppression and poverty Blood is all over our government is failed most corrupt leaders are ruling the country We should support the right cause and enough is enough .
mohmud | 10 years ago | Reply I want to be correspondent to pti
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