Prime News, International (Islamabad), March 25:- Instead of fighting the no-confidence vote in the parliament, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is hell bent to fight on the streets, outside the Pakistan National Assembly. In a recent move, his office has released a video of Imran Khan where he is seen asking his supporters to reach Islamabad on March 27, to “stand with the good and against evil” as he asked them to show their support and attend the ruling PTI’s public gathering.
“They (opposition) are buying the parliamentarians) openly. I want the people to join me against this crime being committed against democracy and the nation. Let us show them that we are against these looters who are buying the public representatives through their money,” said Khan in his message.
Harping on the anti-corruption theme, he further urged the people to send a message on March 27, to ensure there is no horse-trading in the future and teach lessons to “plunderers and looters”, who have indulged in corrupt practices for the past 30 years, had come together and put a price on the “conscience of public representatives”. He asked his supporters to send a “clear” message on March 27, to ensure there is no horse-trading in the future.
According to various media reports, Khan’s ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) party has been making batons with nails on them, which will be carried by their “tiger” force on D-Day. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).