Imran ready to leave capital if his supporters disperse

PTI chief demands non-political caretaker govt

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that he is willing to talk with the government but how could he and his party expect from a government that has come to power after rigging the election to ensure that justice is done.

In an interview to the British media, Imran called for the formation of a caretaker government, composed of non-political people which can implement electoral reforms and call fresh election. He said that the Supreme Court could order the formation of a caretaker government in response to a question as to whether the army was going to implement these changes.

“We do not accept an investigative commission which has members of the government in its ranks,” Imran said. He said that Nawaz Sharif did not want to resign as the prime minister because he was worried about his businesses in Pakistan and was afraid of getting exposed.

To a question, the PTI chairman said that his supporters would continue to be here and if they began to disperse then he would leave it to that time.


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