Parade Ground Jalsa: Didn’t take to street to wage a war against state institutions, says Imran Khan

Former PM and Pakistan Tehreeke-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said on Saturday that he didn’t take to the street to wage a war against state institutions.

He said this while addressing a rally against inflation, political destabilization, load-shedding and the recent hike in fuel prices at Islamabad s Parade Ground. “I didn’t come out to damage my country,” he said adding that the imported government wanted us to stand in front of our institutions.

Regarding calling off sit-ins on May 25, Imran Khan said that the police brutally tortured the protesters and tear gas them, adding that he was afraid of clashes between police and the nationals in Islamabad and he did not want anarchy in the country.

“Toppling imported government is my only motive,” he said and added an elected government was overthrown through a US conspiracy, and later the thieves were imposed top rule the country.”

“I want to show the sentiments of the nation before all national institutions. I am not here to start a war against the national institutions. I know very well that this imported government wants us to stand against the institutions and the judiciary.”

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