Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan would give the call for Islamabad after the country’s devastating floods, which have forced millions of people from their homes subside, according to former interior minister Sheikh Rashid.
On Sunday, Rashid said on Twitter that the government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have reached yet another accord worth Rs608 billion.
He declared that first, they raided the Treasury, and now the pocket of the people.
He further said the eyes of the people of Sindh had been opened by the floods, and the Pakistan Democratic Movement’s (PDM) reputation has been ruined. When the country’s citizens refuse to provide money to money launderers, how can other nations provide aid? he questioned.
He said that the government kept raising the price of gas and electricity, despite the fact that the public could not bear the burden.
After the floods subside, “Imran Khan will make the call for Islamabad,” he said.
Rashid’s comment comes a day after the PTI leader threatened the government that if he launched a march on Islamabad, the government would have nowhere to run.
Imran asked the government to stop using pressure methods against him during a rally on Saturday in Bahawalpur.