Decisive battle in Islamabad on Nov 30: Imran Khan
Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said that a decisive battle will take place in the capital city of Islamabad Nov 30, a media report said Monday.
Addressing a public rally in Jhelum Sunday, Imran Khan said the people of Sindh should be ready as "I am coming to break the chains of fear", The Nation reported.
He said only 200 "capable individuals" were enough to create a "new Pakistan".
Imran Khan alleged that the government paid Rs.270 crore ($270,000) to the Intelligence Bureau (IB) to ensure that the sit-in protests against the government fails.
"The government tried to buy the conscience of columnists, anchors and media house owners through money," he alleged.
"From where has this money come from? This is public money," said Imran Khan.
The PTI chief said that he would continue his rallies for 90 more days if his demands were not met.
He called on people from across the country to join his Nov 30 rally in Islamabad to rid Pakistan of the Nawaz Sharif government.
Imran Khan condemned the government for "opening fire on his supporters" that resulted in injuries to 10 party activists.
"The government is afraid of our Nov 30 rally in Islamabad and want to stop the people to take part in it through cowardly acts."