ISLAMABAD: Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said on Monday that police were cracking down on his party workers.
“ICT police, led by a crooked IG, are cracking down on PTI pol activity when national elections are only a few months away,” Imran Khan stated in a tweet. When a movement has young people like Afzal Khan, our F10 UC Chairman, as one of its developing young leaders, police violence only reinforces our commitment.”
Previously, former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan stated that if elections are not held in the country, his political party will take to the streets in full force.
He made the announcement today while meeting with PTI ticket holders from Lahore. According to sources, Imran Khan was pleased with the successful protest arranged by PTI to demonstrate solidarity with the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP).
PTI head also assigned tasks to ticket holders in order to expedite preparations for a big public movement. Khan stated that despite the short notice, a big number of people attended PTI gathering.