ISLAMABAD - Making clear his intentions behind his prolonged sit-in in front of the Parliament House, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf PTI) Chairman Imran Khan Friday said that the reason behind this struggle is to wind up the existing system of the country.

“When people say ‘Go Nawaz Go’, it means they say ‘Go Nizam Go’,” Khan said on Friday in his consecutive two spells of speeches from the container parked at the D-Chowk.

Imran said that Nawaz was the name of a system and added that this system had been drafted in the London Plan through the Charter of Democracy (CoD) signed between the two parties, PML-N and PPP.

He alleged that their plan was to get installed their own caretaker governments for general elections and to choose the chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) of their own choice to evade themselves from accountability.

“And their agreement was to rule the country turn by turn, one party will come in the centre, other will rule in the province and vice versa,” he said.

The PTI chief asked his supporters that they could not defeat these two parties while sitting in the Parliament because both had a presence in the Parliament. “It is a mafia,” he said adding that because of the same reason he had confined himself in this container for 44 days to fight with them.

Khan said that out of total one rupee of tax money collected by the government, 60 paisas were being wasted to pay the foreign loans and army used to spend 25 paisas and the 180 million people had to rely on the remaining money. He said that the rulers were least concerned for the masses.

“If Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was concerned for masses, he might not have spent Rs 80 million in his four-day visit to US,” he said. He assured the supporters that if he came to power, he would not go abroad until he alleviates the 110 million people living below the poverty line.

Khan said that nothing was impossible in the world and any thing becomes impossible when any man accepts defeat.

“How we get the country out of this crisis after coming into power... we have to do three things,” he said.

Earlier in the day, Imran came out of his container and met with his supporters. He talked with his supporters in a lighter tone and took a round of the sit-in venue.