RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said that PTI’s long march will be the biggest protest march in Pakistan, PM Shehbaz and Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah cannot stop the long march.
Addressing public rally in Rawalpindi, the former PM said that it is not the agency’s job to tap the phone or to threaten, adding that they are threatening the people who are supporting long march on social media. “Where have the human rights organization hidden today, in our time they have raised each issue,” he said.
Imran Khan went on to say that in our country, the law does not have much clout to apprehend powerful dacoits, adding that following recent NAB amendments, no one can touch these thieves because the incumbent rulers made these amendments to get out of the cases.
“The time is near when I will announce the long march call, and I am preparing my nation for the long march. This long march will be the biggest march in history,” Imran added.
Earlier, Imran Khan announced that he would approach a court seeking a judicial investigation into the recently surfaced audio recordings.
Taking to Twitter, the former PM penned that “The AudioLeaks are a serious breach of national security as they call into question the entire security of the PMO, PMH.”
“As PM, my secure line at my residence was also bugged. We intend to go to court to establish the authenticity of the leaks & then form a JIT to investigate which Intel agency is responsible for the bugging & who is leaking out the audios, many of which are edited or doctored, “Imran Khan added.
The PTI chairman said that audio leaks were a critical issue because sensitive security matters were illegally recorded and later hacked, adding that these exposed the country’s national security secrets to the world.