Imran Khan sees fresh elections in country after his ‘last long march’

The Nation  |  Sep 28, 2022

 Imran Khan sees fresh elections in country after his ‘last long march’
Imran says ‘unfortunate’ that justice system failed to stop Ishaq Dar.

PESHAWAR    -  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said Tues­day that he would soon launch the last long march that would pave the way for the fair and transpar­ent elections in the country and his PTI party would form the next government in the centre. 

“Get ready. This will be the last long march. This will be the last sit-in. The country will go to free and fair elections (as a result of the protest march). Then, the PTI will form the new government,” the PTI leader claimed while ad­dressing a convention of Insaf Students Federation and Insaf Youth Wing here in Pesha­war. He went on to say, “When I will announce the protest call. Rana Sana, your police, your tear-gas and your rub­ber bullets (will be unable to stop the movement). If you called in Rangers, the Rang­ers will not stay in our way.” While referring to the interi­or minister Imran Khan said, “Get ready. Make your plans carefully. But the tear gas and rubber bullets will not help you because of the plans the Captain have (devised). You will not get any place to hide.” Imran Khan also said that he would obstruct PML-N lead­er Ishaq Dar’s plans, saying that Pakistan’s treasury is being handed over to some­one who had been an ‘ab­sconder’ for the last five years. Speaking during the Ulema and Mashaikh Con­vention in Peshawar, the for­mer prime minister alleged that Dar had made a deal un­der National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) before re­turning to Pakistan.

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