Imran sticks to keeping march plan secret
October 6, 2022 01:47 AM
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said he will not tell anyone the date when the long march will take place because our conversations are being recorded, the 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Wednesday.
Speaking to the senior journalists in Lahore, the former prime minister Imran Khan said that he did not care who would be the next Chief of Army Staff but appointment be made on merit.
“I wonder how a criminal can decide on such a major appointment,” he added.
He lamented that NRO was given to the enemies of the country once again. Imran Khan while speaking on the Cypher missing issue said that the Cypher was not stolen from anywhere and its original copy is available in the Foreign Office.
Criticizing the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC), he said that he had never seen such a biased commissioner and he intended to disqualify him at any cost. He said that he did not do anything illegal.
While lashing out at Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, Imran said how will Rana Sanaullah stop their long march, adding that they have governments all around Islamabad, and Rana is just threatening them.
About the date of his long march, he said that he did not tell Shah Mehmood even for keeping the date secret.
To a question, he said 16 October seems far away.
Imran Khan further said that everything can be done through negotiations. In the end, things are settled only through negotiations.