The upcoming session of the PTI core committee will take place at Chief Minister’s House at 2:00 pm on Saturday.
Earlier, addressing a press conference in Peshawar on Friday, PTI Chairman Imran Khan said that no negotiation with the government is possible until it would announce the date for fresh election in the country, adding that he called off the march to avoid blood-shed.
Imran said that he was aware of the upshots in case of continuing with the Azadi march and that was why he gave a deadline of 6-days to the government.
Imran Khan claimed that if he had opted for the sit-in then it would be a deadly crisis for the country.
He also said that a letter has been sent to the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) in regards to the protection of the democratic right to protest.
PTI chief underscored that he would never accept an “imported government” and would continue fighting for the real freedom of the country.
He also said that the next time PTI would call for the protest with complete preparation to tackle the situation.
Imran Khan while replying to a question maintained that he would not go for the negotiations until the government announces the date for the next general elections.
“I will give a call again for the march in case the “imported government” failed to announce the date of polls,” he said firmly.
While touching on the incidents that took place during the long march, Imran Khan said that the marchers weren’t allowed to use their democratic right to peacefully protest.
“What kind of democracy is this where marchers were shelled with tear gas, manhandled and women were dragged along roads during the protest,” he added,
Imran Khan also mourned the death of PTI workers who were killed during the Azadi march and deplored the police action against the women and children activists of PTI. “We weren’t expecting the cruelty shown by the government.”