Imran warns government of demonstrations across the country
Pakistan Tehreek-e-insaf (PTI) chairman, Imran Khan, on Saturday asked all party supporters and workers to flood the streets "when he issues the call" to hold demonstrations and force the government to carry out transparent elections.
He told a political congregation in Gujranwala on Saturday.
Addressing the crowd, Imran recalled and praised the work done by his administration, claiming the country had grown the best in 17 years.
“Oversees Pakistanis trust us, and dollars (remittances) were pouring into Pakistan,” he said.
He added that in the short time, the new government headed by the PDM coalition with the Pakistan-Nawaz Muslim League (PML-N) Shehbaz Sharif at the helm as prime minister prices, for essentials such as electricity, petrol and diesel had fired through the roof weighing ordinary man.
“When we get the government back, the dollars will begin to flow again,” he said.
Calling all supporters
Imran said that he wrote to all the district organizations of the party so that when he calls, they are ready to respond.
The young people, the women who are part of my organisation, begin your preparations; I can call all of you at any time. Imran said he warned that if the government does not conduct transparent elections, people will take to the streets and compel them to do so.