Islamabad- Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan , reaffirmed today that his anti-government campaign would continue “till justice is served.”

Speaking to the media at his Bani Gala residence in Islamabad before leaving for Larkana, Khan vowed to give the PML-N government a tough time ahead, demanding the rule of justice and good governance.

“By rigging elections, the rulers have snatched the only right the oppressed masses exercise, and that is their vote they cast against this system… This is not my problem alone, but the issue of people of this country,” he said. “Our goal is nothing but justice. I have completed a century and I am preparing for the second one,” Khan said, referring to completion of 100 days of his anti-government protest sit-in in Islamabad.

Khan has called his ‘tigers’ to gather in the federal capital for a ‘decisive’ showdown on Nov 30 for which he has been mobilizing masses across the country through party rallies. Khan hoped for a ‘change’ in Sindh through his rally. “Sindhis are also oppressed alike people of other provinces. They are also aware of their rights and willing for change.”

He reiterated his demand that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should declare his assets and tax money. Khan claimed that the government has generated additional Rs.40 bln from power consumers through excessive billing. “Nothing has changed as compared to the previous government,” he said.