PTI is Against Strikes But Its Choice of Government; Imran Khan

Struggle for truth and Justice always needs sacrifice; Imran Khan.PakistanTribe.Com

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan says that PTI is against the politics of strikes and sit-in but its choice of government, PakistanTribe received media reports.

“Struggle for truth and Justice always needs sacrifice and we are sacrificing for justice” said Imran Khan before leaving to Lahore from his residency in Banni gala Islamabad.

PTI Chairman said that we are protesting peacefully. We blocked the city like Karachi, where there is no concept of peaceful protest but we blocked it without violence so we will not create lawlessness in Lahore until PML (N) attacked on us with its Gullu Butts.

 He further described his determination that we will protest until the establishment of fair Judicial Commission.

Talking about the jamming of daily life of Lahore he asked for apologize for inconvenience to Lahore citizens but again he repeated that if we will not sacrifice today our generations will have to face our silence.

Talking about Faisalabad strike he said that everything was going peaceful but PML (N) exploited the situation.

Replying to question he said that our strike is for pressure building on government not for disturbing the life of public. Government was not ready for dialogues but later it agreed only in the pressure of Faisalabad strike and if we release our political pressure government will again start delaying tactics in dialogues so Plan C is our political necessity.

Jahangeer Tareen said that i hope PML (N) will take dialogue seriously and tomorrow the whole picture will be clear that whether government is serous in dialogues or not.

Imran Khan said that now it is up to government , we can cancel our protest call of 18 Dec if government will show seriousness in dialogues.

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