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PTI chairman Imran Khan announces long march in last week of May


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ISLAMABAD:– Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Saturday announced long march towards Islamabad in the last week of May.

In a video message, the former prime minister said that a meeting of the party’s core committee was held today in which it was decided to give the call in the last week of May.

The PTI chairman further said that every Pakistani, whether a PTI supporter or not, must march towards Islamabad in the last week of May to stage his protest against the insult of his country.

He said under the foreign conspiracy, the most corrupt people of the country were imposed on the country, adding that at present, 60% of the people in the federal cabinet are on bail.

“Shehbaz Sharif is dubbed as the crime minister,” he said and added his [family] has corruption cases worth Rs40 billion pending in the FIA and NAB.

Letter to President, CJP

Earlier today, Imran Khan wrote a letter to President Arif Alvi and Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding an investigation into the communication sent by the Pakistani ambassador allegedly containing the US threats.

The ex-premier noted that the CJP and president had in their possession copies of the cipher which was given to the then Pakistani ambassador Asad Majeed Khan by US Assistant Secretary of State Donald Lu.

“The PTI government, as reflected in the last cabinet meeting, was of the view the contents of the cipher clearly reflect a regime change conspiracy to remove Imran Khan from the office of the Prime Minister,” the letter said.

The vote of no-confidence against the PTI chairman was “engineered”, it continued, reasoning the claim with the “shifting allegiance of the then government s allied parties” and the “purchase of loyalty of some members of PTI”.

Subsequently, he requested the CJP and the president to “at least examine the cipher which clearly pointed to a foreign regime change conspiracy” and order an inquiry into it.

Imran called on the Supreme Court to constitute a commission to conduct open hearings “in order to establish who all in Pakistan were involved in this regime change conspiracy”.

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