Imran vows to fight against ‘thieves’ till last breath

Imran Khan terror case

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he will fight against the thieves and prepare nation to fight against them till he is alive.

Addressing the Students Convention at Murray College Sialkot on Wednesday, PTI Chairman said that a living society stands up for justice and to stand up to oppression and injustice is jihad. He further said that the biggest of the robbers become Prime Minister in Pakistan and in Pakistan, big thieves are free while the smaller ones are in jails.

The former premier went on to say that his long march is all set to kick off from Friday (October 28), adding that he will pour out onto the streets to bring actual freedom to the county. Saying that it is unfortunate that Pakistan has not managed to get actual freedom, Imran urged his supporters to come out for the sake of their children’s future.

Giving a message to his followers, Imran said, “I will salute those people who will stand behind me till the last moment. Both old and new workers should get united as the long march is not meant for waging the political war. I will carry on my struggle, until the masses get their rights to elect leader of their own choice.”—NNI

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