Imran says will not accept govt without two-third majority

By: News Desk
Published: 10:41 PM, 23 Oct, 2022
Imran says will not accept govt without two-third majority
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The former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that he will not accept the government without a two-third majority, 24NewsHD reported on Sunday.

In his exclusive interview with a private TV channel on Sunday evening, PTI chairman Imran Khan said his party will not accept power if it does not get a two-thirds majority in the next general elections.

He claimed that everything was written in the cipher that removed his government and bring Shehbaz Sharif into power.

Imran Khan further claimed that the rulers are not interested to strengthen democracy but they are looking to stash money. "We did not obstruct Bilawal's long march but the rulers want to put me behind bars so that the masses could not pour onto streets," he added.

The PTI chief said that he will announce his long march date on Thursday.  “His long march will be marked in history as the ‘biggest’ of all”, he hinted.  

He asserted that this time his party is coming with full preparations for the long march.

 The Former Prime Minister warned that he will end his protest with a long march.

The PTI chief said that there is a dire need for an independent foreign policy for the country.

Imran Khan said that the country will not develop until the rule of law.