Arrests, barriers could not stop PTI’s movement: Fawad

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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) central leader Fawad Chaudhry said on Saturday that the movement against the imported government could not be stopped by arrests and barriers. He was addressing a press conference in Sialkot alongside other PTI leaders including Imran Ismail, Shunila Ruth and others.

Fawad Chaudhry said that the nation is fully prepared to join the movement against the imported government in Pakistan under the leadership of Imran Khan. “There is only one solution to end the political crisis if the government announces general elections and let Pakistanis elect their rulers.”

After PTI was denied permission to hold the public gathering in Sialkot’s CTI Ground, Fawad Chaudhry said that the ground was used for events. He slammed the PML-N rulers by saying that they should end the occupation of churches’ land if they are truly willing to help the Christian community.

The PTI leader said that they were granted permission to hold a public gathering at CTI Ground but later the political party was stopped on a telephone call. He said that Maryam Nawaz appreciated DPO Sialkot for using force against the PTI workers.

Criticising the PML-N rulers, he said that there are two prime ministers, two foreign ministers and two finance ministers which led to political and governance crisis in the country.

Fawad said that a good decision regarding the deteriorated economy could not be taken in such circumstances. He added that the political rivals of the PTI are also suggesting fresh elections in the country.

Regarding the London huddle, the former minister said that the PML-N supremo is now summoning its cabinet to the UK capital just like Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder Altaf Hussain did with his Rabita Committee.

Former Sindh governor Imran Ismail said that PTI will protest in all cities across the country if the government tries to stop the party’s events again. He said that Imran Khan is controlling the outrage of the nationals, otherwise, the situation would be very different in the cities.

 

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