MANCHESTER - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan said that there was no ‘London Plan’ in the offing as he reached Manchester on Friday.

Talking to media at the Manchester airport, Imran said that he would accept the Supreme Court’s decision in Panama case and added that it was the first time in history that the country’s chief executive was present before the courts for his accountability.

He said that the decision to appoint new lawyer in place of Hamid Khan to represent PTI in the Panama case would be taken on his return to Pakistan.

PTI chief reached Manchester to attend wedding ceremony of sister of his friend Anil Mussarat and will return to Pakistan on Sunday.

Speaking about his possible third marriage, Khan said “I cannot give an advice for happy marriage as I did not have a good track record but may be 3rd time I would be lucky.”

Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed and PTI leader Naeem-ul-Haq also reached Manchester on the same flight.