ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has vowed to announce a Plan-C at November 30 Rally to pressurize Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMl-N) government refusing all rumors that there will be any violence.
Imran Khan was giving an exclusive interview on Saturday evening on a private television channel when he strongly refused that PTI wants to attack government building.
“Attacking buildings and police officers are not our plan. It never was. It is government who ran atrocities on us here in Islamabad. First we started sit-in followed by sit-in plus rallies and now we will move to a Plan-C,” Khan added.
When asked, Khan refused to share any details about his new plan. “Wheel-jam, strikes and you can name it. I will inform everyone about it tomorrow. But be clear that primary purpose of this plan will only be to pressurize government,” he added.
Commenting on the Hazara Motorway project launched by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Khan said “Development’s index is not calculated by infrastructure development but by developing human capacity. Government should rethink what they have done in this regard.”
Khan also maintained that PML-N government was in agreement to hold election fraud probe from Military Intelligence (MI) and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) but later they reused to acknowledge it.