Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday asked the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) to resign from the provincial and national assembly to hold dialogue with his party for alliance against Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) government.
Addressing a press conference after party meeting, Khan said that Nawaz Sharif had cheated with the nation and his party for three times in past.
He said that the Nawaz Sharif was no more a reliable leader as it betrayed the PTI on several occasions and backed off APDM’s stance to not contest the 2008 election.
He said that the PTI would hold a march on May 6 in Islamabad to express unity with the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
The PTI chairman said that Pakistan People’s Party was trying to destroy the Supreme Court in the name of democracy. “The drama is being created to hide corruption,” he added.