Imran lambaste Government, linger hope upon SC’s decision

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday at Parade ground said that i will wait for the day when Prime Minister Sharif along with his brother current Chief Minister of Punjab Shehbaz Sharif will be put behind the bars, Aaj News reported.

PTI’s Chief while addressing the crowd paid tribute to the workers who stood against state run brutality at Sawabi. He said that, our workers were sacked and attacked regardless of their gender. They were treated like criminals.

Cracking a joke at Government Khan said that, the only weapon which was seen was Sheikh Rasheed’s cigar as police were unable to recover any weapon from PTI workers.

Khan also said that, he will wait for the day when Sharif brothers will be put behind the bars.

Since the unearthing of Panama Leaks Prime Minister Nawaz has been inaugurating one road after another, said PTI’s Chief.

Chairman PTI thanked Supreme Court for summoning PM Nawaz. He said that this is the first time that a sitting PM has been summoned by SC.

Khan lingers hope over SC decision against PM Nawaz. He assures  that after this November PM Nawaz will not remain in power.

While concluding the celebration rally Khan warned the current government to not to use police force against them or else they will siege the police station.

The decision of holding a celebratory rally came when Khan called off November 2 ‘lock-down’ of capital following the Supreme Court decision to form a commission to probe Panama leaks.

Earlier, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan directed the concerned authorities to make sure that PTI meeting do not violate the assigned limits.

The spokesperson of Interior Ministry in a statement on Wednesday said that Interior Minister directed that law will take its course if any participant would try to disturb law and order situation in the city.

The spokesperson said that over ten thousand security personnel are deputed to ensure law and order in PTI meeting. It is said that Nisar is continuously monitoring the entire situation in the federal capital.