Addressing the participants of Azadi March, Khan specially lauded PAT’s workers for courageously facing the worst police crackdown and teargas shelling.
He regretted that PAT had ended their sit-ins, saying there was good friendship between the workers of two parties.
“There was neither any London plan nor a third umpire,” he said. “I had raised my finger up towards the Almighty.”
He maintained that he would not end his sit-in at Islamabad. “I will not leave this container as long as I am alive,” he vowed.
“There is no way I am going to end this protest without getting the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.” He said that it was a decisive moment and that new Pakistan would be established at every cost.
The PTI chief said that his presence at the sit-in would keep pressure on the government.