Azadi March: Imran Khan gives six-day ultimatum to Coalition Govt
PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday gave a six-day ultimatum to the coalition government for dissolving assemblies and announcing fresh general elections, warning that if the alleged “imported government” failed to do so, he would return to the capital with the “entire nation”.
Addressing the protestors of the long march on Jinnah Avenue Islamabad, Imran Khan said that he had reached here in 30 hours on a container from Peshawar.
“The government tried every method to crush our Azadi March. They used teargas on peaceful protests, our homes were raided and our privacy was violated. However, I have seen the nation free itself of [the] fear of slavery,” he said.
Imran Khan said three PTI workers lost their lives in Karachi, while two workers were thrown off Ravi Bridge and thousands others were arrested.
He further said that it was feared that the country would not function without begging and loans, adding that the nation would not recognize the imported government under any American conspiracy.
Chairman PTI said that we had announced that we will sit-in in Islamabad till the announcement of elections but in last 24 hours we saw that these people are leading the country towards anarchy. They want us to fight with army and police but the both people and police are ours. We have not come to divide the country but to build the nation.
“My message for the imported government is to dissolve assemblies and announce elections, otherwise I will come back again to Islamabad after six days,” he added.