Imran says PTI to resign from all assemblies

I will give surprise a day before vote of no-trust: PM Imran

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf  Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday announced that the Haqeqi Azadi march would not move towards Islamabad, reasoning that he does not want to create  anarchy and chaos in the country.

Addressing the PTI rally here, he said that the government cannot afford Islamabad march. They cannot stop millions from entering capital.

Imran said that they could have created Sri Lanka-like situation in Pakistan.

But, the PTI chief said that the party has decided to quit all legislative assemblies to force the rulers to announce early elections.

He warned that if riots take place then things would get out of hands of everyone.

He said that he had tried his best not to take any step that could create chaos in the country.

Earlier, Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan has said that he had overcome the fear of dying.

While giving an interview to a British newspaper, Imran Khan said that he knew that if he enters politics, his life will be in danger.

He said he had overcome the fear of dying and now eager to rejoin the long march after the attack.

Imran Khan said that his wife came to know about the attack on him from TV. She thought I was fine, she had no idea that I got 3 bullets, Imran said.

Earlier, PTI Chairman Imran Khan Thursday urged all party workers and supporters to participate.

“The nation gets real freedom when there is justice,” Khan said in a recorded message shared on Twitter, adding that when justice is ensured the nation prospers.

Yesterday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has said that whoever is appointed as the army chief by Nawaz Sharif would become controversial from the day one.

In an interview with a local TV,  Imran said that individual would become man of Nawaz Sharif.

The PTI chief said that he does not doubt credibility of whoever would be appointed the army chief. He added that he is rather suspicious of intentions of those who would appoint the army chief.