Grand rally to show public stands with judiciary: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said that he would hold a ‘fantastic open rally’ in Islamabad, the date of which he will report later, to demonstrate that the general population of Pakistan remain with the judiciary after the decision Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N’s) choice to take an offensive line against the judiciary and debating the lead of judges in the parliament and different discussions also.

Tending to the media after a gathering of the PTI’s parliamentary gathering on Wednesday, Imran said he will demonstrate Nawaz Sharif why he was expelled, alluding to the oft-rehashed question of the previous Prime Minsiter.

“The Constitution and majority rule government are being attacked, asserting that the scheme is in progress to destroy the nation,” Khan said.

The PTI chairman went ahead to state that he would declare the date of the rally in the wake of visiting the country for the gathering’s enrollment drive and counseling with party pioneers.