I will lead the long march from Rawalpindi myself: Imran Khan


The Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister, Imran Khan has said that he will lead the long march from Rawalpindi.

According to media reports, the PTI Chairman Imran Khan has talk about the long march from Rawalpindi during an informal conversation with senior journalists in Lahore on Friday. He said that I did not meet Army Chief General Bajwa in Lahore, my doctors will examine me tomorrow and give their opinion.

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Imran Khan has said the appointment of the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) should be like the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. He said that the current government is amending the Army Act for its own benefit. The proposed amendment in the Army Act will be challenged in the Supreme Court, he added.

The PTI Chairman further stated that he will become the prime minister with all authority not with half or semi-authority. He said that President Arif Alvi had a meeting with the Army Chief and the agenda of the meeting was early and transparent elections.

“I tried my best to stop rigging of EVMs in the elections, Nawaz, Zardari, Election Commission, and handlers were on the same page on the issue of EVMs,” he added.