Imran announces civil disobedience

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on the fourth day of his Azadi March here gave the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif an ultimatum of two days to step down and announced to launch a civil disobedience campaign against the incumbent government.
“The sit-in will continue for two more days. Mian Sahab, please, tender resignation because after two days your time is up,” Imran Khan warned while addressing the participants of his party’s sit-in on Sunday.

On the occasion, several leaders spoke among Justice Wajihuddin Ahmed says Imran Khan is a man of principles and he can be convinced through talks.

The PTI chief says tonight he is going to deliver the most important speech of his life.

Imran Khan arrives on stage to address his participants of his procession.

Imran Khan leaves his residence in Bani Gala for the venue of his party’s Azadi March.

While, a meeting of Pakistan Muslim League-N chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif here at Raiwind decides to hold talks with Imran Khan and PAT leader Tahirul Qadri.