Imran Khan calls on two million people to join him on Islamabad march

PTI chairman urges workers to start preparing for Islamabad march

Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and former prime minister Imran Khan said that he wanted at least two million people to gather in Islamabad when he gave the call to join him in the federal capital.

Addressing a workers’ convention at Aiwan-e-Iqbal in Lahore on Wednesday, Khan said that a night of prayer will be organized by the party on the eve of 27th Ramzan.

“We’ll hold special prayers for Pakistan’s real independence and Maulana Tariq Jamil will also join us on 27th Ramzan when Pakistan was formed,” he said.

Addressing the workers, Imran Khan said that he never saw such a huge public gathering in his 26-year-long political career what he witnessed at Minar-e-Pakistan during PTI’s rally last year. “Get ready, Lahore will play an important role in this movement to get real independence of Pakistan,” said Imran Khan.

He called on his party’s youth to spread the message among the masses that an imported government was imposed on the country through a US conspiracy. “Tell the people that America will control this country through these three stooges,” he said.

These three stooges will not take decisions according to the wishes of Pakistan but they will take decisions as per the interest of US, Khan said. The PTI chairman said that he was removed from the office because he tried to formulate an independent foreign policy in the interest of people.

Imran Khan has also already hinted at staging a sit-in in Islamabad until the next elections are announced.

According to Khan, the conspirators had paid large amounts of money to media organizations to declare his government as incompetent despite the fact that they handled the COVID-19 crisis well. He once again called on the chief election commissioner to resign as he said that he was an agent of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz who was working against his party. The largest party of the country did not trust in him and therefore Sikandar Sultan Raja should resign, Imran Khan said.