‘Go Nawaz Go’ slogans to be heard in Raiwind soon: Imran

PTI chief says the government will try to stop his supporters from gathering in Islamabad for Nov 30 rally


Qamar Zaman November 22, 2014

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief on Saturday claimed that soon ‘Go Nawaz Go’ slogans will be heard in Raiwind [the palatial palace of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif].

Addressing his supporters at D-Chowk in Islamabad, Imran reaffirmed his commitment to continue his protest till he is accorded justice.

“We have been denied justice and we will not end our sit-in till it is done,” the PTI chief said.

Talking about his upcoming rally in Islamabad on November 30, Imran said that he knows the government will try to stop his supporters from gathering by any means.

The government has asked the PTI to follow the procedure for holding their rally in Islamabad or they would be denied permission, whereas the PTI chief has virtually turned down the proposal, arguing that holding a peaceful protest was his party’s constitutional right.

Addressing the sit-in, Khan said that the PTI had started its protest campaign in summer and now it was winter. The rulers were of the view that we would end the sit-in due to harsh weather but they would have to disappoint in this regard, he added.

Justifying his protest campaign, he said that the PTI was demanding for their right and there was nothing illegal or unfair in doing so.

COMMENTS (18)

SL | 6 years ago | Reply

@Ch. Allah Daad: Mr Chaudhry, did PML N seek permission when they physically attacked the Supreme Court in the nineties? ooops! I forgot - they were in Govt then!

Rubab Farooqui | 6 years ago | Reply

Shows that the obsessive compulsive psychotic cricketer is too tired now! The government should arrest him to provide him a face saving exit from the mess he has created for himself and his blindfolded followers.

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