PTI chairman leads Rawalpindi-Islamabad rally
Addressing to the media in front leading his party’s Ehtasab (accountability) rally from Rawalpindi to Islamabad, Khan defended his decision to bring out a rally, saying the peaceful protest was the beauty of democracy.
“We will proceed to hold peaceful protests if institutions fail to render justice,” he stated.
The PTI chief said that the government was resorting to blackmail instead of replying to queries put forward by the opposition parties regarding Panama Leaks.
Khan also accused the PML-N government of attempts put a price tag on the opponent.
“In a democracy, Prime Minister is supposed to be answerable to nation. Prime Minister Sharif must answer,” he pronounced.
Khan asserted that his anti-government protest movement would get along despite the hurdles being created by the regime.
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