PTI rules out joining ‘grand alliance’ against government


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has denied his party has entered into any grand political alliance against the incumbent PML-N government.
According to reports, after political consultation with PTI core committee on Wednesday, the PTI chief said his party will not participate in any political alliance and the PTI will fly solo for the betterment of the country and will not support any alliance to derail democracy. The PTI core committee decided to initiate a movement against the present government after Ramazan.
The core committee also considered the option of “Tsunami March” against the government. It decided to give four-week time to the government for thumbprint verifications and recounting of votes in four constituencies. The core committee repeated its demand of the instant release of Rs 6 billion to make arrangements of the internally displaced people (IDPs) of North Waziristan Agency. It said this is essential if a human catastrophe is to be avoided.

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