Imran to lead public rally in Lahore tomorrow

PTI Chairman demands CJ LHC to form judicial commission on Zill-e-Shah’s murder

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has announced to lead rally tomorrow. He said that everyone should be ready for an election rally tomorrow on March 12. He said that he will lead the rally at 2 pm, on Sunday, in Lahore.

Former prime minister demanded the Chief justice (CJ) of the Lahore high Court (LHC) to form a judicial commission on Zill-e-Shah’s murder and decide. He also demanded resignations of CCPO Lahore, IG Punjab and CM Punjab.

Imran Khan said that PTI worker Ali Bilal Aka Zill-e-Shah was assassinated in police torture and the post mortem report had revealed everything but case was registered against him. He said that Inspector General (IG) Punjab Police Usman Anwar had earlier said that it was a murder but today he claimed it an accident.

PTI Chairman said that PTI supporters were being assassinated, for their peaceful participation in protests and rallies, after the regime was changed. He said that several such workers have been killed. He mentioned that one worker was killed on Attock Bridge, one in Lahore and recently Zill-e-Shah was assassinated in police torture.

He said that Maryam Nawaz’s leaked audio has also proved PTI’s claim that Zill-e-Shah’s assassination was being covered up.  He said that Zill-e-Shah was taken in police van under custody and then his dead body was thrown on the road. He said that his body had several injuries apart from his liver rupture.

He said that the investigation report of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT), formed to ascertain facts of his assassination attempt in Wazirabad, has been displaced and the case was being affected and despite being a former prime minister he was not allowed to register an FIR.

He vowed to continue the fight for the right saying that every attempt was being made to get him out of the way. He said that PTI was being stopped from carrying out political campaign for elections and the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) was doing nothing.

Demanding ECP to play their role against the continued fascism against PTI. He said that he had called off PTI’s long march to Islamabad, for the first time, to avoid law and order situation.

Imran Khan said that the judiciary is under a lot of pressure but it was the time to stand for rule of law in the country. He said that PML-N was targeting the judiciary but PTI has never done any such thing and accepted all verdicts.