Pakistanis must stand up for their rights on Nov 30: Imran

2014-11-24 03:13:06 | Al Muslim News
Pakistanis must stand up for their rights on Nov 30: Imran

 

GUJRANWALA: Addressing a public gathering on Sunday, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan claimed that the people of Pakistan have rejected the ruling government and want change in the country. He said that the people of Pakistan have to rise up for their rights on November 30, when the PTI hold their rally in Islamabad. “On 30 Nov it will be decided if the status quo will succeed or whether there will be a new Pakistan,” he said. Khan said there is great political awareness among the people, who have rejected the status quo. “When the youth and women of a country decide for change, no power on earth can stop it," he said. The PTI chief said that the whole nation was now demanding Nawaz Sharif's resignation, adding that his party has exposed the rigging carried out by the Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) during the May 2013 General Elections. Khan said that he will make new revelations regarding vote rigging in the elections next Sunday. Khan said the protests in Islamabad will continue until the resignation of the Nawaz Sharif. "I am telling you, I am not going to leave the sit-in until [Nawaz] resigns," the PTI chief said. Talking about the success of his rally in Larkana, Khan said that PML-N and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) were sailing on the same boat and would "always defend and protect each other". Read more: No Kalabagh dam without Sindh's consent, Imran promises Larkana "People of Sindh are ready for change ... they have told the PPP that they reject being oppressed," Imran Khan said. Khan challenged PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif to gather even 50 per cent of PTI's Larkana rally, he would then accept their mandate to be legit..

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