PTI warns of more ‘surprises’, at Lahore rally

Islamabad, April 13 : Sticking to its demand for holding early general elections, the political committee of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has decided to hold a number of public meetings and conventions to mobilise the people, Dawn reported on Wednesday. The party has decided that after the public rallies in Peshawar and Karachi, they will undertake a surprise move during the one scheduled to be held in Lahore one week later. The party has also decided to boycott all meetings of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security, which may look into the cable that allegedly revealed a conspiracy to topple the PTI government, and have demanded that the Supreme Court constitute an inquiry commission on the matter. The meeting was chaired by PTI chairman Imran Khan and attended by all provincial presidents of the party, Secretary General Asad Umer, Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi, and other leaders, including Fawad Chaudhry and Pervaiz Khattak. PTI leader Dr Farrukh Habib, said Imran Khan will address the rally at Peshawar’s Ring Road on Wednesday. “On April 16, another rally will be held in a ground adjacent to Mazar-i-Quaid in Karachi and yet another on the 23rd at Minar-i-Pakistan in Lahore. In these rallies, we will stress that the imported government is not acceptable, while a surprise move will be announced during the public meeting in Lahore. We are going to make a bigger move than what happened on Sunday. We have already resigned from the assembly and now the nation should get the opport ty to elect its representatives,” Habib said ACL1240

Leave a Comment