Sugar mills owned by Sharif bros owe TCP 281 crore, Imran alleges

imranPTI to observe ‘One Nation Day’ on Sep 13

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan said on Wednesday that his party’s struggle is a battle between the oppressed and oppressor and not for power.

Addressing ‘Azadi March’ participants, Khan said that PTI’s movement is for the weak and the oppressed. He said the struggle is against the oppressors sitting in the parliament.

He said his party is fighting for people’s rights, and that hurting anyone is not their intention.

Alleging Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and family of corruption, Khan said that sugar mills owned by Sharifs loaned Rs 281 crore owed from the Trading Corporation of Pakistan but never repaid.

Reiterating his call for civil disobedience, he urged people not to pay electricity bills, adding that the ‘corrupt’ rulers will raise the prices of electricity anyway.

Meanwhile, PTI chief Imran Khan on Wednesday decided to mark one month of ‘Azadi March’ sit-in protest by observing ‘One Nation Day’ on September 13.

PTI’s core committee meeting took place at his container at D-Chowk in which PTI leaders Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Jahangir Tareen, Shireen Mazari and other leaders participated.

According to sources, Imran Khan is firm on his demand of Prime Minister’s resignation and it was unanimously decided in the core committee’s session that no term other than Prime Minister’s resignation will be negotiated.

The core committee decided to observe ‘One Nation Day’ to mark 30 days of the ‘Azadi March’ sit-in protest with full fervour.

The task to transport participants from the whole country was also assigned to the organization.

The sources said that Imran Khan is due to make important announcements on September 13. The PTI organizations have also been directed to fully participate in flood relief activities in Punjab and Sindh. Agencies

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