SADIA RAFAY AZAM KHAN | OCTOBER 28 2016
Imran Khan on Friday vowed to not rest until Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is held accountable for what the PTI chief called his [PM’s] “corruption” even as Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed dared the government to try and arrest him.
“Is this a kingdom or a democracy?” the PTI supremo asked outside his Bani Gala residence. “What crime have we committed? Why did they stop me from going to Rawalpindi?”
“When IHC directed [authorities] not to block Islamabad then why was Bani Gala sealed?”
Explaining his decision to not resist police in reaching Rawalpindi, Imran said: “We were going to Pindi to prepare for Nov 2, but when they [police] stopped us we established that there is no point in doing this today when our target is Nov 2.”
He said he would show during the Islamabad protest “what the power of people actually is”.
“I will follow you till my last breath,” he warned Nawaz Sharif. “If you put me in jail, I will come after you when I get out.”
Imran further alleged that although Nawaz chants the mantra of democracy, he does that “just to safeguard his corruption”.
“To hide his corruption, he does not respect any law…THE DAWN