ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday reiterating his demand for the mid-term elections, vowed to move ahead with his planned 'million march' towards Islamabad if his party's demand for the early polls was not accepted by the government.    

"We want Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government dissolved, a caretaker setup installed, and midterm polls announced. Nothing short of these things will be able to budge us." Imran Khan told in an exclusive talk to a private TV channel.

The adamant Imran expressed his determination that after reaching in the federal capital their dharna would continue till acceptance of demand.

Commenting on the deployment of Pakistan Army in Islamabad and a possible use of brute force to keep PTI's marchers out of the federal capital, Imran said in case of any Model Town-like violence, he would like to take a bullet in his chest before anyone else.

He lamented that rulers in sheer state of confusion had decided to use the armed forces as shield to protect their unlawful rule.

PTI chief also warned US and Saudi Arabia against meddling in the affairs of Pakistan.

"I am asking both Washington and Riyadh to leave Pakistan's politics alone as it is none of their business," Khan said.

To a question, he said Punjab Chief of Minister Shahbaz Sharif was sending fence-mending messages through a number of channels, but it was too late for a ‘deal.’

"We are far beyond the political point-of-no-return, thus an understanding with PML-N is out of question now," Khan stressed.

He alleged that the rulers had changed the democracy into monarchy, and turned their sons into princes. He further alleged that 33-year old son of the Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif had accumulated a hefty wealth of rupees 200 billion and he lived abroad in rupees 7 billion flat. The rulers, he blamed, were involved in money laundering, corruption and tax evasion.

The PTI chairman said that they had been seeking justice from the Parliament, election commission, election tribunals and the Supreme Court and all the efforts gone in vain. He blamed that record rigging in the general polls was executed under the independent judiciary, superior judiciary which disappointed us utterly. He said they had earlier demanded verification of votes in only four constituencies but the government was reluctant as they had realised that by doing so it would be going to open a Pandora’s box.

To a question about filing of case against him by the former chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, he said it would provide him a good chance to expose the misdeeds of his son, Irslan Iftikhar, adding how Irslan with meager education had been appointed at a high profile post in Balochistan.