Imran Khan says his actions don’t need ‘signal’

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan Saturday said his actions do not need a ‘signal’ and whatever he had achieved in his life it was the result of his own endeavours.

“Imran Khan does not need any signal. Whatever I did in my life, I did it on my own,” Imran Khan said while addressing the crowd gathered to participate in his ongoing sit-in in Parade Ground here.

Imran Khan said his party would never surrender before ‘oppression’.

He said when he would come to power then the people would have all the right to ask him about the sources of his income and wealth.

“If I am a prime minister or member of National Assembly, the people have all the right to enquire whether or not I pay the tax,” he reiterated.

He said Dr Afia Siddiqui was handed over along with her three kids to the US. “No distinction can be made between animals and such nation,” he regretted.

“We have to become on nation …. we will never let anyone face such atrocity in future,” he vowed.

He warned the present Inspector General (IG) Police, Punjab Mushtaq Sukhera that even Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif would not be able to save him. “I will have you put behind bars” he said.

He alleged that 45 people were fired at by the police in Islamabad on the orders of CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif and that cases will be lodged against Shahbaz Sharif and Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar.