PTI will not settle for any alliance after winning 2018 Elections: Imran Khan

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Chairman Imran Khan said that he and his party(PTI) will not settle for any alliance after winning the 2018 General Elections.


Addressing the rally of PTI, as the party has launched its membership drive in Lahore, Imran also claimed to be generating alliance against Pakistan People’s Party in Sindh Province.

He, however remained indifferent on the resignation of his former party stalwarts, ex Member of National Assembly from PTI, saying the party will win double seats in the coming polls.

On Saturday, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Central Committee member and district president Mian Ahmad Raza Maneka along with 10 union council chairmen and vice-chairmen, dozens of Councillors and hundreds of workers announced quitting the party arguing the party chief.

Furthermore, cricketer turned politician Imran expressed confidence on the Judiciary, saying the role of judiciary will be critical in the General Elections.


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