Islamabad’s 120-day sit-in prepared PTI for larger protests: Imran Khan

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan said that the 120-day sit-in at Islamabad had prepared the party for larger protests.Talking to the media on Saturday, the PTI chairman said, “Now if we set out for a sit-in we will be able to shut down the entire city.”He said that if the PTI launches a sit-in, other parties will join them.”But if no party joins us, PTI will set out on the streets all alone.”

He added that his party had already filed a reference in the Election Commission of Pakistan calling for the resignation of the prime minister. “After knocking the doors of the ECP, we will go to court, and then we will march on to the streets,” he said.Speaking about the law and order of the city, he said that things in Karachi had gotten better than before.

Lamenting political appointments in police he said that it had destroyed the institution. “In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, we sacked 5000 corrupt policemen.”He also stressed that the killers of Amjad Sabri should be arrested.

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