Fawad Chaudhry, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), announced on Thursday that the party had chosen to organize a nationwide demonstration against inflation and the “sinking economy” beginning on Friday, according to Dawn. According to Chaudhry, Imran Khan, the head of the PTI, will join the group’s followers in three weeks.
“From tomorrow, demonstrations will be staged against inflation and the sinking economy […] and this movement will continue until the incumbent government is sent packing,” Dawn quoted Fawad Chaudhry as saying on Thursday.
According to Dawn, Fawad Chaudhry declared that PTI National Assembly members would lead the rallies in their respective districts and underlined that the movement would continue in every city. After three weeks, he said, Imran Khan will make a statement on the further course of action. He claimed that Imran Khan made a choice after consulting with top party members.
Azam Khan Swati, a senator from the same party who has been jailed after making controversial tweets about senior military leaders, would also be the target of a “huge protest,” according to Fawad Chaudhry.
According to the Dawn report, Chaudhry referred to elections as the “only way out” and emphasized that installing a technocrat government “would not be permitted” in Pakistan. According to Chaudhry, “certain factions” in Pakistan were opposed to holding early elections, and he attributed this to the ruling class.
“If you look at the Constitution, elections are the only way out. The public will not accept a technocrat government. They will only accept general elections,” Dawn quoted Fawad Chaudhry saying. According to Dawn, earlier on Wednesday, PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry referred to the “reversal of the PTI government’s policy on Afghanistan” as the cause of the rise in terrorism in Pakistan. According to him, the “sole respected Pakistani leader” in Afghanistan is the former Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan, whose “hands were not defiled with the blood” of Afghans.
According to the news source, Fawad Chaudhry emphasized that the problems should be solved via communication and that using bombs and missiles is not the answer. After the old federally managed tribal area merged with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, he claimed, the Pakistani government stopped funding the development of tribal districts.
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