Imran Khan played a master stroke in most anticipating Rawalpindi Jalsa by announcing the dissolution of Punjab and KPK assemblies. He further stated that marching towards Islamabad would cause immense harm to the country. Therefore, to avoid untoward circumstances his party is going to withdraw from Punjab and KPK assemblies.
“We will not be part of this system. We have decided to quit all the assemblies and get out of this corrupt system,” said Imran. “My party has not come to Rawalpindi for elections or politics. It is the need of the country to have fresh elections.” Earlier, the PTI chief said that this is a defining moment for Pakistan as he began his much-anticipated speech. “It will take three months for my foot to heal, but I am here for the sake of Pakistan.
“There is still a threat to my life and travelling to Rawalpindi with an injury was not easy,” the former PM said. “I saw death very closely.” He admitted that he failed to bring the powerful under the law during his rule. Imran’s address to thousands of supporters was his first public appearance since being shot earlier this month in an asssassination he blamed on the current premier, and two other officials. His accusations have been denied.