Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Faisal Javed Khan has claimed that party chief Imran Khan will lead the "biggest peaceful protest" in the country's history in Rawalpindi on November 26. Faisal Khan told his Twitter to handle that people are demanding elections to overcome the crisis.
Senate member (MP) Faisal Javed Khan tweeted, "Allah willing, Imran Khan will lead the largest and most peaceful protest in the country's history on November 26 in Rawalpindi." People demand that elections be announced to get out of the crisis. This is the problem of Pakistan and especially the poor people of the country.
Khan said in a tweet that the "biggest problem" facing Pakistan was its economy. He blamed political instability for economic instability. The biggest problem today is Pakistan's economy, the PTI leader said in a tweet. Political instability is the cause of economic instability. The poor and middle class are facing serious problems. The country has reached the brink of bankruptcy. In such a situation, elections are the only solution in the country.
Meanwhile, PTI leader Asad Umar called on Rawalpindi residents to 'get ready for Imran Khan's arrival on November 26. Omar tweeted, Pindi, get ready! Captains are arriving on November 26, along with the rest of the country.
At the same time, party leader and former minister Fawad Chaudhary said, if elections are held after the appointment of the new army chief, PTI will reveal its strategy. Speaking to a news channel, Choudhary said, talks are on with the government regarding mid-term elections.
Fawad Chaudhary further said, PTI has demanded the government declare the date of the elections. However, he stressed, the PTI as well as the people of Pakistan have demanded early elections.