PTI Election Campaign to begin on March 4: Imran Khan


PTI Election Campaign: The Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that his party will begin its election campaign on March 4.

Addressing the nation via video link from Lahore on Wednesday, Imran Khan announced to end “Jail Bharo Tehreek, following the Supreme Court’s decision today, and the PTI election campaign date. He said that after the verdict, PTI ended ‘Jail Bharo’ movement and we are starting the election campaign on Saturday.

Referring to the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), the former Prime Minister said, “Now, we will not let them [ruling parties] run away from the elections. The reason why they’re running away from polls is because people are not with them.”

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Imran Khan said that the PDM-led “government feels threatened” by the polls. He said that since his government’s removal, his party has won 30 by-polls out of 37. He further shared his fears that the elections might not eventually take place due to the atmosphere in the country.

“The Supreme Court has ruled for upholding the rule of law. Had such decisions been made earlier, Pakistan would have been the most prosperous country,” he said, adding that the nation stands with you for rule of law.

PTI’s decision came after the Supreme Court, in a split verdict, ruled that elections for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab assemblies should be held within 90 days.

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