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Imran Khan vows to expand protest movement across country
 
 
 
Imran Khan vows to expand protest movement across country

ISLAMABAD- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan today vowed to expand protest movement against the government all over the country.


Addressing his supporters at a protest camp outside Parliament House, Imran said if Nawaz Sharif did not resign then a wheel-jam strike will be called across the country.


“We will sit here until PM Nawaz Sharif resigns.” He called upon Pakistanis to withdraw their capital from public sector banks to press the PM to tender his resignation.


He appealed people to take to the streets for the sake of Pakistan. He asked the government to remove containers across the streets from Islamabad, before taking any move negotiations.


Responding to ‘taunts’ cast on his statement he made about his marriage, Imran said he would think about marriage after formation of ‘Naya Pakistan’. “At the moment, I have no time to think about tying the knot,” he added.


Imran Khan announced that two ‘big names’ of Pakistani politics would join his party later the day.


“Two reputable persons will announce their joining of PTI tonight,” Khan said while addressing the participants of the sit-in. “Before coming to my container for talks, make sure that the containers placed in Islamabad are removed,” Imran Khan urged the government while addressing the participants of the sit-in.


He said that soon after the election Asif Ali Zardari told him that the elections were rigged by returning officers. As to why he is standing with the prime minister now, he questioned.


He asked the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to resign for a month otherwise, PTI workers will not leave Islamabad, no talks will be held till his resignation.

 
 
 
 
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