PESHAWAR, November 30: The Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) head, Mr Imran Khan, has said they are ready to hold talks with the government to resolve issues once again.
Before starting the rally, Mr Khan told a private television channel that the government should again consider their demands. ‘PTI won’t end protest till a commission under the Supreme Court of Pakistan completes investigations of rigging in the 2013 elections,” he said.
He said the Prime Minister, Mr Nawaz Sharif, should continue as premier during the judicial probe but that he would have to step down if rigging was proved in the last year’s elections.
He said he would announce his future plan of action soon.
Meanwhile, Federal Minister Mr Khwaja Saad has said Mr Khan should adopt a constitutional way to if he is interested in the talks.
People in large numbers have arrived in the federal capital Islamabad to attend PTI rally. Activists of PTI and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F have clashed in various areas because the JUI-F activists blocked roads in protest against killing of this party leader Mr Khalid Soomro and were not letting the PTI activists cross the road to reach Islamabad.
PTI has been protesting in the country since 14 August, the Independence Day of Pakistan, demanding the prime minister to resign and hold re-elections.