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‘Day of accountability’ begins from Peshawar on August 7: Imran

‘Day of accountability’ begins from Peshawar on August 7: Imran

ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan, Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has stated that a ‘day of accountability’ will begin from Peshawar on August 07.

Addressing a press conference here Wednesday, Imran Khan said the protest march will begin from Peshawar and will end in Attock.

“Rulers are answerable to people in democratic set up”, he said and added that those who call street movement against the democracy do not know the meaning of it.

Imran said he was not launching protest movement but just mobilizing the masses against corruption, adding they were giving another chance to the government over terms of references for inquiry commission on Panama leaks.

“We are preparing our people to raise voice against corruption. We are in essence strengthening democracy here,” he said.

Imran said he was considering to move Supreme Court against corruption and indifference of government over Panama leaks.

He said PTI will participate in the next meeting of ToRs committee.

The PTI chairman also criticised National Accountability Bureau saying corruption had instead increased after the establishment of NAB in 15 years.

As part of a mass movement against the corruption Imran Khan had announced to launch a protest march on August 07 from Peshawar.

Meanwhile, a woman disrupted Imran Khan’s press conference to voice her grievances against the provincial education department.

The lady who said she was an assistant sub divisional education officer began crying soon after getting in front of the cameras.

Imran had to stop the press conference as the woman started protesting against some corrupt officers of the KP education department who had lodged an FIR against her.Utv-Line

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