Imran Khan gives six days ultimatum to dissolve the assembly and to call the fresh elections

 Will comeback with 3 million people if elections not announced in next six days warned Imran Khan in his address to party workers at Jinnah avenue Islamabad

Former Prime Minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan gives six days ultimatum to the coalition government to dissolve assemblies and to call the fresh elections. He gives this warning to the government in his address to the participants of his long march at Jinnah avenue Islamabad. 

Giving a deadline to the government to announce the date for fresh polls in the country, Imran Khan said, "He is giving a six-day ultimatum to the government to dissolve assemblies and announce general elections in June. My message for imported government is to dissolve assemblies and announce elections, otherwise I will come back again to Islamabad after six days.” 

PTI workers entered into federal capital yesterday evening after police removed some barriers after the Supreme Court's direction. 

PTI chairman said he had reached Islamabad after 30 hours of travelling from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. “Government has tried every method to crush our Azadi March, they used teargas on peaceful protest, our homes were raided and privacy of the homes were violated, however I have seen the nation free itself of fear of slavery,” he said.

 Imran Khan also claimed in his address that  three PTI workers lost their lives in Karachi while two workers were thrown off Ravi Bridge and thousands others were arrested.

Imran khan enters into Islamabad with large number of participants from KP yesterday night after Supreme Court allowed PTI to organise rally in the federal capital. The PTI workers clashed with police throughout the night at D chowk Islamabad. 


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