CHITRAL: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Thursday restored his past request of early elections in the country.
Conversing with the media here, the PTI boss denied a feeling that holding early elections is an undemocratic move. Early elections is a sole answer for all common political and financial issues in the country, he underlined.
Khan said Prime Minister Theresa May in England and President Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey had called a snap election in their particular countries. “The demonstration of calling early elections basically maintains the popularity based standards,” he attested.
Despising NROs, Khan said the country would not acknowledge some other NRO. “The early elections will be to the greatest advantage of the normal masses and country for winning issues,” he included.