PTI to hold protests against increase in electricity tariffs on Wednesday

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has announced to hold anti-government across Pakistan against a recent increase in electricity tariff, Express News reported.
He was addressing the ‘Azadi’ March in the federal capital on Monday.
Imran said the PTI will protest in all districts headquarters on Wednesday.
The PTI chief said the country was being ruled by just 400 families, and that he will expose all those who had looted the country.
Imran further demanded that the prime minister and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar reduce petroleum prices by at least Rs15 to reflect the fall in international prices of petroleum.
Urging both PM Nawaz Sharif and former president Asif Zardari to declare their wealth, he said the sit-in could end the day that happens.
“I will end the sit-in the day both of them declare their actual assets.”
Imran also addressed Pakistan Peoples Party chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
“Bilawal, I will accept you as a leader when you ask your father Asif Zardari and your ‘uncle’ Nawaz Sharif to declare their assets,” he said. “Speeches don’t make you a leader.”
About the party’s rally in Gujrat on Friday, Imran said, “Our Friday’s rally will be the biggest in the history of Gujrat.” Ban on Mubashir Luqman, private TV channel
Imran condemned the 15-day ban imposed on anchor Mubasher Luqman and a private television channel by PEMRA on Monday, and invited the show host to conduct his programme from atop his container.