Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday alleged that both Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari used 'Charter of Democracy' to indulge in corruption.

Addressing a charged crowd at Parade Ground, Imran said, “They corrupted institutions to protect their own corruption and installed puppets to manage them.”

“The people of Sindh have been looted for decades. When corruption is eliminated, economy develops. They do not catch each other because they are all involved in this together,” said the PTI chief.

Imran said he was hopeful that the month of November will bring good tidings and rid Pakistan from the “nightmare of Nawaz Sharif”. “It is my warning to both Panama Sharif and Circus Sharif, beware!”

The PTI chairman said had he not warned Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak to go back, there could have been bloodshed.

Imran praised the Pakhtunkhwa chief minister and hailed him as a hero. “Change comes from struggle like yours.”

The PTI chief regretted that the PTI caravan under Khattak had to face shelling from police. “It was as if an enemy state had attacked you.”

In his address to the PTI supporters, Khattak alleged that Sharif brothers were the allies of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“We saw their valour, these friends of Modi, the Indians. We chased them off with the veriest strategy,” said the Pakhtunkhwa chief minister who was accompanied by other party leaders on the stage.

“They blocked our way. We were on a do or die situation. The credit of our success goes to my team, my cabinet, and my people. We were united and we succeeded.”

Earlier, the Pakhtunkhwa chief minister was accorded a warm welcome upon his arrival by Imran Khan and other party leaders.

The PTI chairman had on Tuesday decided to call off the party's planned 'lockdown' of Islamabad after the Supreme Court announced to hear the Panamagate case.

“Go home and rest. You have to return to Islamabad tomorrow to celebrate thanks-giving day,” said Imran.

The announcement also ended the five-day long skirmishes between police and PTI workers in different parts of the country and a crackdown of police and other law-enforcement agencies on the party’s supporters in Punjab and Islamabad came to an end.

Legal and political experts say the gravity of the situation had forced the five-member larger bench led by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali to deviate from normal legal procedure and come up with some out-of-box propositions to resolve the government-PTI standoff.

Earlier on Wednesday, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed satisfaction over the apex court's decision to take up the matter. “I have been striving continuously for this, and had on my own requested the Supreme Court to constitute a commission,” said Nawaz.