ISLAMABAD: Chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Wednesday finnaly showed his willingness to hold talks with Government but said the removal of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be the first point of talks.
Addressing the marchers Imran Khan unveiled his six demands which are are as follows:
1) Nawaz Sharif quit as Prime Minister.
2) Mid-term elections be held.
3) Electoral reforms be made.
4) An impartial interim government be formed through consensus among political parties.
5) All the members of Election Commission of Pakistan tender resignations.
6) Article 6 the constitution be invoked against those involved in the ‘rigging’ of May 2013 elections and awarded punishments.
Earlier today, Imran Khan said dialogue can be held but linked its initiation with the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
“Nawaz Sharif’s stepping down remains top on our agenda,” he added.
He said Supreme Court is the only institution to dispense justice and if the apex court makes a decision it will be acceptable to his party.