LAHORE: Former premier and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has announced to stage peaceful protests after Eidul Fitr, ARY News reported on Friday.
While addressing PTI workers and supporters, Imran Khan said that PTI will stage a series of protests after Eidul Fitr. He alleged that the rulers planned to start crackdowns on PTI leaders and workers after April 27.
He added that the caretaker government has not yet arrested a single person associated with the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N). Khan said that 3,000 PTI workers were arrested by the government.
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The PTI chief said that they will not remain silent on the atrocities. He appealed to the nation to start preparations for peaceful protests after Eid. He asked the rulers to take steps for protecting the nation.
He reiterated that the economic crisis will not end until the organisation of fresh elections. Imran Khan said that the Supreme Court (SC) is protecting democracy in the country and the nation will have to back the top court and the Constitution.