Imran Khan says 2m people to march to Islamabad soon

Imran Khan says 2m people to march to Islamabad soon

With the PTI’s planned march to Islamabad approaching, ex-prime minister Imran Khan told the PML-N-led government on Sunday that two million people will walk to the federal capital irrespective of how many blockades are put up to create hindrances.“

Our opponent parties think that if the temperature is high, people will not come out. I want you all to know that no matter how many containers are brought in, 2 million people will come to Islamabad,” Imran Khan said while addressing a huge public gathering in Abbottabad.

The former premier told his supporters that the current government “fears” their passion and said that 11 parties had gathered to oust him from power.

The PTI chairman said that when he and his supporters come to Islamabad, the federal capital will get loaded with the chants of “imported hukomat na manzoor” (foreign government unacceptable) and “we want actual freedom”.

Continuing his claim that the US conspired to oust him from power, Khan said the incumbent leaders were involved in the entire process.“

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The Pakistani nation will never accept these traitors,” the PTI chairman claimed.The ex-prime minister went on to say that he “never wanted to be part of the war on terror against Afghanistan and neither was he willing to lend air bases to Washington.”

“Americans needed a leader like Pervez Musharraf who obeyed them upon receiving a single call,” Khan said.

Turning his guns towards Shehbaz Sharif, the PTI chairman added that he was a “beggar, servant, and an open thief”.

“The lies that his family has told, I have not seen anyone resort to such lies ever before,” claimed the PTI chairman.

He said that when the PML-N government came to power, the prices of all essential goods went up.Khan requested the media to go to shops and inquire about the prices of oil like they used to do when he was in power.

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