Faisalabad would shout down on Dec 8: Imran

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Saturday has said that there would no transport in Faisalabad and shut down would be observed in the city on December 8.
He expressed these views while talking to the media in Lahore.
Khan said that he is confident that Faisalabad transporters have decided to close down the transport and bus stands on December 8 to demonstrate protest against the corrupt government.
He also said that the district bar is also supporting the strike so there would a complete shut down in the city.
PTI chairman said that his party has nothing to do with the parliamentarians of the “fake” parliament and that the government is free to bribe anybody in PTI so that his party is left with fully committed and sincere members and nobody else.
If there was no rigging done in the General elections 2013 then why the government is afraid of the current situation? He asked.
Earlier, at his residence in Bani Gala, he said that they have withdrawn from their demand of Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif’s resignation and if flawless investigations are done then the government would have to leave anyway.
He said that the government is giving them mixed hints regarding the negotiations and urged the government to come straight forward and not try to deceive PTI.
Imran Khan has once again mentioned that until the term of reference of the Judicial Commission is not decided, the demonstration of protests would continue in the country.