ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said Mian Nawaz Sharif should make up his mind once and for all to resign from his office and hold general elections in the country, as massive match-fixing was organized in the last polls.
Addressing the charged participants of Azadi March from a stage set at Serena Chowk in today’s wee hours, he said at least 60,000 to 70,000 votes are unverifiable in each constituency. He raised the question as to how he was defeated in polls by 8,000 votes, given that the votes cannot be verified.
The PTI went to courts and tribunals but, failed to get any relief from there, he complained and remarked that millions of ballot papers were printed two days before the general elections.
On this occasion, he urged every Pakistani to reach the PTI’s venue of sit-in, announcing that protest sit-in will begin from 3pm today.
“I invite every Pakistani citizen to partake in the sit-in,” he said.
He said, “As I entered Islamabad, a policeman handed me a letter that states that Punjabi Taliban may attack on me. But, I said to myself that it is an opportunity of lifetime; hence, I cannot let go of it untapped.”