Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief and former prime minister Imran Khan said that tomorrow he would leave Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for Islamabad with the largest procession in the history of the country. “Caravans should join from different places and we will reach Islamabad.”
Addressing a press conference in Peshawar, Imran Khan said that he considered the protest against the present government as jihad and not politics.
Imran Khan said that someone’s life is in danger in the country, so my life is in danger. “But I don’t care because I consider it jihad.”
“Neutrals send a message to judges and lawyers that this is a crucial time,” he said.
The former prime minister said that Allah does not allow us to remain neutral in the Qur’an. “You have to decide whether you stand on the right path or on the other side.”
Imran Khan said, “Allah did not allow me to sit in the middle. I make it clear to those who call themselves neutral that their oath is to protect the integrity and sovereignty of Pakistan.”
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan said, “I am asking the judiciary, if you allow it, which has closed this whole country, to create obstacles.” Raiding people’s homes.
Addressing the judiciary, he said, “If you give permission, the credibility of the judiciary will be tarnished and it will mean that there is no democracy here.”
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that I tell the judiciary that this is your trial, the whole nation is looking at you. “We are saying that there is a peaceful protest, which is our democratic right.”