The PTI will hold a protest demonstration in Gujranwala today (Thursday) against the reopening of NATO supply. This was declared by PTI Leader Imran Khan while addressing a media conference at party’s central secretariat in the provincial capital on Wednesday. He asked the PML-N to step down from the Parliament over the NATO supply resumption.
The protest demonstrations earlier designed by the PTI command to raise voice against the unprecedented load shedding in the country, would now also focus the NATO supply resumption, Imran Khan added. He also says that PTI would hold another protest on July 14 in Peshawar against the reopening of NATO line. “The PML-N members should’ve resigned from the Parliament after the resumption of NATO supplies if they possess self-respect and honor,” Imran maintained.
The PTI chief said that PML-N head Nawaz Sharif and JUI-F leader Maulana Fazalur Rehman left the country whenever a crucial event happened in Pakistan. He asked who’d take the task of the killings in the possible increased suicide strikes after the reopening of the NATO supplies. Imran said that the supply route should’ve been opened only for facilitating the withdrawal of NATO soldiers from Afghanistan and not for killing poor people. He recalled that the parliamentary board had also called for an immediate end to drone strikes and stopping infiltration from Afghanistan side but none of the plans had been fulfilled when the decision was taken.