Independence Day rally: Imran Khan says it will be a Test match, not a T20

Khan says that his march will start from Lahore.

Web Desk July 24, 2014

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that he is leading a tsunami march to Islamabad on Independence Day to fight a decisive war, Express News reported on Thursday.

Speaking in Lahore, Khan said that he is fighting for Pakistan, and that he will provide evidence against the rigging that was carried out in the May 2013 general elections.

Asking his supporters to prepare for the march, Khan said that the march will start from Lahore.

Hinting that their march will not end after reaching Islamabad, he said that it was not a Twenty20 match, but a Test match.

Khan clarified that he has no desire to become the prime minister and will continue his fight till the incumbent electoral system is reformed.

"The present government and their mandate is false," he said.

Khan and his PTI have been planning a million-man march on to Islamabad on August 14 to coincide with Independence Day. They are demanding that the incumbent electoral process should be changed.


Babbarsher Khan | 9 years ago | Reply

@Sadia: Kya karen, old habits die hard! I guess our Kaptaan must be the most "intellectually challenged" product of Oxford. I have never heard him speaking any sense or ideas. Buddha ho gaya aur abhi tak aql nahi ayee!

ali ahmed | 9 years ago | Reply

he should come out from cricket phobia

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