ISLAMABAD - Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has reiterated his stance that free and fair elections are impossible under the presidentship of Asif Ali Zardari and if any attempt is made to rig elections, PTI will go for civil disobedience across the country. He stated this while addressing media persons here at the residence of former Intelligence Bureau chief Major (Retd) Masood Sharif Khattak, who on Friday joined PTI. Khattak had resigned from the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in 2007. The Chairman PTI on the occasion ruled out any alliance with PML-N and PPP until their leaders declared their assets. I know they will not declare their original assets, as if they did so, many new cases can be initiated against them, Imran said. To a question regarding recent statement of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistans spokespersons statement, Imran said, TTP had misunderstood the word 'liberal. Yes, Im liberal. I am follower of great poet Allama Iqbal, who was liberal, Imran said. He said Taliban should remember that liberalism was base of Islam. Khan said that it seemed those forces were behind that statement, which played a role to put Benazir Bhutoos assassination on Taliban. The PTI Chairman on the occasion said that his partys legal wing had submitted documentary evidence against Muttahida Qaumi Movement Chief Altaf Hussain with the Scotland Yard in London. They asked for recording witnesses statements but the incumbent government did not cooperate the investigators so far, he explained. Its the responsibility of the PPP to cooperate Scotland Yard for resume proceedings against Altaf. PTI will not award tickets to the opportunists and corrupt politicians, Khan reiterated. The central executive committee of PTI would also constitute a cell to expose all hidden assets of politicians who have not yet revealed their assets, Khan added. He said that corrupt politicians and political parties were scared of PTI. PTI will not accept any corrupt leader, there is no room for corrupt leader, however, our doors are open for honest ones, Khan said. The PTI chief claimed that that Rs 3,000 billion were lost every year due to slippage in revenue collection and corruption. He said that they would rectify all these after coming into the power. Addressing of the occasion, Masood Sharrif said that PTI would create a new political culture in Pakistan. I was inspired by Imrans vision and now under his dynamic leadership we will bring change in the country, he said.