ISLAMABAD: Rejecting an order issued by the Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday saying no one will be allowed to shutdown the capital, Imran Khan said that no force would be able to stop Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and its workers from reaching Islamabad on November 2.
Speaking to media after a party meeting at his residence in Bani Gala, the PTI Chairman said Islamabad siege would be a historical event in the history of Pakistan.
Inviting people from every corner of the country, Khan said he could see a light a hope at the end of the tunnel once the November march becomes a success.
He said people of Pakistan have made their minds that they want a corruption-free country and if by any means, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government in the centre tried to stop people from reaching the federal capital then they would be responsible for an expected bitter reaction.
The PTI Chairman claimed that his party members and supporters were being harassed across Pakistan, a sly political move absolutely unacceptable in a democracy. He said the government the planning to place containers at every entry point of Islamabad and even transporters have threatened to go on a strike amid the PTI’s November shutdown call.
He termed every step of the government taken so far to stop Islamabad lockdown as undemocratic and illegal and asked PML-N to follow the course of the rule.
Khan challenged the prime minister that he and his party must forget now that people would stay calm now despite the fact he has been caught red-handed in Panama Papers’ Leaks.
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