Imran seeks Rs100 donation from each PTI worker
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan Monday will unveil the strategy on how to lay siege to the federal capital, as he made an appeal for donations of Rs100 to the party workers for proposed movement against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
PTI Core Committee or group will meet here under Chairman Imran Monday for also taking a final decision on the date of the planned programme, which can be November 2.
A flurry of activities were witnessed at his Bani Gala residence Sunday. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervaiz Khattak and Awami Muslim League President Sheikh Rashid Ahmd called on Imran.
PTI Secretary General Jehangir Tareen, who was in London for some days is also back; he met the PTI chairman. An informal session of consultation was held, participated by key party leaders.
On Sheikh Rashid’s invitation, Imran, Shah Mehmood Qureshi will visit Lal Haveli on October 28 to address a rally in connection with PTI’s planned shut-down of the federal capital.
In a video message, Imran made an appeal to party workers, who had been registered as its members to donate at least Rs100 for the party’s movement against corruption and to force the prime minister to either resign or present himself for accountability vis-a-vis PanamaLeaks.
He said that it was time to rise against corrupt elite and once the process of accountability started, Pakistan would be cleansed of the menace of corruption.
Meanwhile, spokesperson of PTI North Punjab Sajid Ali Qureshi said that if the rulers were committed to elimination of corruption, then why they had not written to the Swiss authorities for bringing back looted wealth of Pakistanis stashed there and why the prime minister did not present himself for accountability. He was talking to media persons at Rawalpindi.