Prime Minister Imran Khan asked Pakistanis to travel to Islamabad on March 27 to show the world that Pakistanis “stand with the truth and are against corruption.”
“People’s conscience is being auctioned […] it is now the obligation of people to stand against evil,” he stated at a PTI jalsa in Swat.
The National Assembly is scheduled to vote on the Opposition’s no-trust motion against the premier in the remaining days of the month.
The PM is in Swat for a day ahead of the second phase of local body elections in KPK. Imran Khan led all PTI rallies in key cities after the PTI lost the first phase.
The PM asked the public to fight three “mice” — Zardari, Fazl, and PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif — for the country’s future.
“But I also guarantee you that I will hunt them down,” he said as he appealed for help.
PM Imran Khan alleged the Opposition had started horse-trading to defeat his no-confidence vote.
They “want me gone because they know that if I continue in power for another year, they would all be in prison […] and their first action will be to dismantle NAB,” PM Imran
A chance to bowl out three wickets in a single ball, he remarked, is coming up in the coming days.