Imran says Tsunami can storm into PM House

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Azadi March has entered its fourth day, as its chairman Imran Khan continues to press his demand seeking Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s resignation.

Imran Khan said enthusiasm can be contained only to a certain limit and warned that his Tsunami can even storm into the Parliament House and Prime Minister House.

“Mian sahab I am telling you to step down. I have been controlling the gusto of the marchers but the control also has its limit,” he warned while addressing the participants of his Azadi March here.

Addressing PTI workers Imran Khan said an FIR would be registered against Shahbaz Sharif calling this the first wicket claimed by the Azadi March. He announced that from now on he will remain on stage. “If workers want they can leave and return tomorrow, but I will stay here.”

Referring to Shahbaz Sharif, Khan says an FIR will be lodged against him soon. “Azadi March has claimed it’s first wicket fall.”

Khan adds he had asked residents of Lahore to join the march and return when the match had been won.

Imran Khan arrives at the venue of the PTI rally. Will address workers shortly.

Imran Khan addresses media at Bani Gala residence. Demands immediate resignation of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. Imran says he will stay at the venue of the rally tonight. The PTI chairman reiterates that it is time for Nawaz Sharif to return to the pavilion.