NANKANA SAHIB: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan Wednesday said after November 30 it would be difficult for the incumbent rulers to continue running the government.
Addressing a rally here as part of a series of PTI public meetings and its ongoing anti-government protests, Imran Khan reiterated that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will have to go in case his proposed Judicial Commission proves rigging in the elections of 2013.
“We know it well how Mian Sahab tried to cover up the rigging, and on whose behest hundreds of thousands of ballot papers were published,” he said.
He said Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) also rigged 2013 elections in Sindh and that his party would prove that biggest fraud of Pakistan’s history was carried out in last year’s polls.
Imran Khan said petrol prices dropped 25 percent internationally but the government did not pass on its full benefit to the people.
The PTI Chief regretted he has been struggling for the past 18 months but the judiciary failed to ‘dispense justice’. “If we couldn’t get justice what chance then a ‘weak person’ has to find justice (in the current system),” he added.
He said Maryam Nawaz was placed on top of Rs100 billion fund.
Commenting on the lynching of the Christian couple in Kot Radha Kishan, Imran Khan said: “Our heads are down in shame on this incident.”