November 30 will be day of ‘right vs wrong’: Imran Khan

GUJRANWALA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan Sunday said his patience is over and warned Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar if the government used police to unleash violence on November 30, he would put up resistance and fight against it.

“Protest is my right when justice is not done,” Imran Khan said while addressing a big public meeting here.

He said today’s rally is his last jalsa before November 30 – the day when his party is all set to organize a grand jalsa in Islamabad. It will be the day when right will stand against wrong, he added.

Imran Khan invited all the political parties ‘who believe rigging took place’ in 2013 general elections to come out in his support on November 30. He also invited the oppressed classes of people to join him to get their legitimate rights.

He said he would make new disclosures to expose election rigging in this week at a press conference.

The PTI chief said no democracy can function in the absence of local bodies system because it brings masses into power. “Why is it that they didn’t introduce a local bodies system in the country,” he questioned.