PTI would not step down of his demand of PM resignation: Imran
04 December, 2014
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said on Wednesday that the negotiations team had refused PTI's demand of Prime Minister's (PM) resignation but if the leaders of the government still want to hold negotiation talks then PTI would not step down this time also. Imran Khan on Wednesday has said that PTI wants to settle the issues if the government is serious regarding the negotiations and would sit on the table for talks. He expressed these views while addressing the participants of the rally in Islamabad.
Khan further said that the government has been refusing talks with his party after the pullout of Tahirul Qadri from the sit-in in the capital.
He said that after Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri left, the government held the negotiations. Khan said that the negotiations team had refused PTI's demand of Prime Minister's (PM) resignation but if the leaders of the government still want to hold negotiation talks then PTI would not step down this time also. He also said that nobody should misunderstand the fact that PTI's plan C would continue until the Judicial Commission starts its work.
PTI chairman said that they do not care whether it is winter or summer and the demonstration of protest against the government would continue. They would not leave before they are given justice regarding their issues with the government, Khan added. Khan also said that they are recording the statements of the Election Commission (EC) and that they would put the people responsible for rigging in the General Elections 2013 behind the bars. PTI chairman expressed a resolve to continue exposing corruption and people involved.