“PTI would leave no stone unturned to expose vote rigging” he said in an interview with a private TV channel here at London.
“It is beyond understanding why the government was afraid of opening four constituencies for vote verification”, the PTI chief added. He the rulers were miscalculating the facts if they thought they could complete five years only on a stay order.
Imran Khan said tsunami of change in Pakistan was unstoppable and PTI would continue its struggle to expose rigging. He said the PTI would give time frame to the government in its historic rally in Sialkot on June 7.
Imran Khan said that he has not held consultation within the party over the ten-point declaration of Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid-e-Azam (PML-Q) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) however PTI’s doors were open for all. He said PTI would invite all to participate in the movement seeking electoral reforms.
Imran Khan said that the country was being run like limited companies as Nawaz Sharif and Zardari take their sons with them on foreign tours.
Imran Khan said that he has come to London for meeting his children and will return back to country today (Monday).
Earlier, addressing a gathering, Imran Khan said that political intervention has been put to an end in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa police department. He said the PTI government would change the shape of the province with its reformist policies and development.
Imran said he has resigned from the post of vice chancellor Bradford University due to personal reasons.