WEB DESK: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said on Friday there would be no dialogue prior to his party’s proposed Islamabad sit-in.
Speaking to the media outside his Bani Gala residence, Khan emphasised there was still time for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to present himself for accountability.
“There is a conspiracy underway to hide the corruption of the Sharif family. They are maligning the country and the Pakistan Army internationally for their own interest.
Dialogue will only be held when we arrive in Islamabad on November 2.” Imran added there was no reason for the Pakistan’s Attorney General to argue Prime Minister Sharif’s case pertaining to the Panama Papers in the Supreme Court. “The prime minister should fight his case through a private lawyer.”
Khan said talk of members of banned organisations attending the sit-in was a move to cast aspersions on the Pakistan Army and his party.
The PTI chairman spoke of terrorism in Pakistan specifically in Balochistan, Khan said: “We know that India is involved in terrorism, we know of the Altaf Hussain-MQM-RAW connection. We know what was done in Karachi. We demand that their names should also come forward.”