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Not politics but a revolution is knocking at the door: Imran Khan

Updated 19 May, 2022
<p>PTI Chairman Imran Khan addresses public gathering in Gujranwala. Screengrab</p>

PTI Chairman Imran Khan addresses public gathering in Gujranwala. Screengrab

GUJRANWALA: Former prime minister and Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has said that the prime minister's office was of no value to him.

Addressing a public gathering in Gujranwala, the ousted premier said that it was politics but a revolution was knocking at the door, adding that the biggest dacoits were on one side and the nation was on the other side.

"I am calling the nation to march toward Islamabad for a real war of independence. The elected government has been overthrown by bringing together the biggest thieves through a "foreign conspiracy," Imran Khan said, adding that the nation would thwart the foreign conspiracy.

PTI chairman said that Shahbaz Sharif was in a hurry to wear 'Achkan' because he was about to be punished for stealing Rs 24 billion.

The former premier said Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif have been confused about the future strategy as they are observing Imran was behind them and the sea of people in the front.

He said that PM Shehbaz thought he would save himself from the Federal Investigation Bureau (FIA) after becoming the prime minister. He warned the PM that he will recover all the money from him and send him to jail.

PTI chairman said he tried to remain prices of petrol and diesel low and improved the agriculture and construction sector.

The PTI chairman reiterated appreciation to the Supreme Court for ending the role of 'turncoats' in politics.

Earlier, addressing the Lawyers Convention in Lahore, the former premier said that Pakistan will not accept the US slavery and he will give the call for Islamabad long march during his public gathering in Multan on Friday.

Khan has vowed to gather 3 million people in Islamabad, later this month for a sit-in protest until fresh elections are announced.