Get Sharifs if I'm 'harmed', Imran to Insafians

Nov 30, -0001

ISLAMABAD: Ruling out even a remotest chance of any 'give-and-take' with the incumbent government, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) Imran Khan Saturday told his cohorts not to let 'Sharifs' escape if any harm came to him, Samaa reported.

"The Sharif family should never be allowed to get away if something untoward happened to me during 'Azadi March", Khan told his young Insafians while talking exclusively to Samaa TV.

Vowing that 'Azadi March' will stay the course no matter what, Khan said he was not afraid of anyone.

To a question regarding his nonattendance at National Security Conference (NSC), Khan said he was not a sycophant courtier of 'King Nawaz Sharif I' of Pakistan.

"Today Nawaz Sharif held his royal court in the name of . Obviously it was attended by the loyal courtiers of the soverign and I'm not one of them", the PTI leader said.

Khan reiterated that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) prime minister was running the government like an monarch having no idea whatsoever what democracy really was.

"Had Mian Nawaz Sharif, who rigged his way into power,  been a democratic leader he would never have done all those stupid things. On the contrary I am a true representatives of people", Khan added.

He said now no one could stop him from getting justice on the streets after it was denied in the courts.

"PTI will now fight and ultimately win its case in the court of people out there", the PTI leader said.

Khan also warned the government to refrain from using brute force against peaceful 'Azadi Marchers.'

"Mind it, the government will be to blame if cops opened fire on the protestors", said he.

A day earlier, Khan in a statement issued on Friday had said that police force was not a housemaid of the rulers.

"They must not take illegal orders for they are the protectors of public", Imran Khan had said.



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