ISLAMABAD: Chairman, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan has termed impossible the holding of free, fair and transparent elections under the supervision of General Pervez Musharraf and said that Pakistan Muslim League (N), Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and his party are united on one-point agenda for the removal of the present regime.
He was addressing a news conference here Tuesday after his return from foreign visit in which he met with former Prime Minister and leader of PML-N, Mian Nawaz Sharif and President PML-N, Shahbaz Shrif.
The PTI Chairman said that other ‘like-minded’ opposition parties would be contacted soon for their participation in the anti-government drive adding that it would be launched within one and a half week across the country.
He said, the three main opposition parties have decided to launch campaign for the removal of Musharraf before taking any home work for the next polls.
Imran said that JI Amir and MMA President Qazi Hussain Ahmed has been agreed upon the campaign adding that the JI Amir would try to convince the other ally parties of the MMA while Mian Nawaz Shairf would be working on to convince ARD allies including PPP.
He said that he was also in contact with the leaders of the Pakistan Oppressed Nations Movement (PONM) so that to induce them for a united anti-Musharraf campaign.
Source: The News