LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, addressing party workers in Zaman Park shortly after reaching Lahore on Monday evening, said that "the army will not stop us [Azadi march] because it is not against its own people."
He added that there was nothing - no containers, no policemen -- who would stop him and his workers from their ‘Azadi’ march.
“There will be a celebration – the biggest celebration in Islamabad and we will free our country and bring a ‘Naya Pakistan,'” the PTI chief said.
“We should be prepared to remove any hindrances that may come our way.
“The public has decided that the days of your rule have come to an end,” Imran said while referring to the Sharif brothers.
Pointing towards the vandal in chief of the Model Town incident, Gullu Butt, Imran told his workers to do to Gullu Butt-esque people what deserves to be done to them.
LHCBA denounces PTI's 'Azadi' march
The Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) denounced the ‘Azadi’ march to be held by PTI and other parties on Independence Day, and announced to resist every extra-constitutional move in the country.
A general house meeting of the bar, on Monday, carried a resolution and announced to launch a movement if any adventurism was experimented in the country.
The resolution, moved by Barrister Zafarullah Khan of the Watan party, stated that protest activities launched by PTI and other parties was a violation of the Constitution, and amounted to wage a war against the democratically elected government.