Imran welcomes PAT inquilab march on Independence day

PTI assures that Azadi march is a peaceful protest and will hold government responsible if democracy is derailed.

Web Desk August 10, 2014

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan welcomed the decision of carrying out Inquilab march on August 14 by Pakistan Awami tehreek (PAT) chief Tahirul Qadri, in a statement on Sunday night.

Imran while supporting the decision said that he has always stated that all parties should join to protest massive rigging of May 2013 elections and demand resignation from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

PTI chief also assured that PTI 'Azadi March' will be peaceful and within the constitutional limits. He added that the party doesn’t support any extra constitutional measure and will hold government responsible for derailment of democracy.


Zaid | 7 years ago | Reply

Dear Captain, We are with you 100%. No matter what the cost of this march may be, we will always stand with you. For we know that you ever compromised on your principles. And we know that your intentions are true for you have never lied to us or gone back on your word. Well, except for the time you said Sheikh Rasheed was not worthy of being your chaprasi (peon). To be fair, you never made him your peon. You made him your right-hand man. I have to give you the benefit of doubt on that one. PTI detractors will also say that you have been friendly with the Chaudhry brothers lately after once labelling them as the most corrupt politicians in the country. But we all know that they were only corrupt once they were with PML-N – clearly a cleansing process was in place after their departure from the party, which took time to complete. Scientists have now proven that politicians in Pakistan are purged from their sins once they leave corrupt political parties such as PPP and PML-N. Similarly, scientists have also proven that only innocent and pure souls can be accepted into PTI. Hence, people should not question Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Javed Hashmi’s inclusion into PTI.

Nida Alvi | 7 years ago | Reply

Birds of the same feather flock together!

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