Islamabad Lockdown Changes to Thanks giving rally: Imran Khan
Pakistan opposition leader Imran Khan backs from his proposed plan to lockdown Islamabad on November 2 and will be marked as a thanksgiving day.
Pakistan opposition leader Imran Khan backed from his proposed plan to lockdown Islamabad on November 2 and will be marked as a thanksgiving day.
"On the Supreme Court's advice, we have decided that tomorrow we will thank God and celebrate a Day of Thanks at (Islamabad's) parade ground," Khan, PTI chief told media about the sudden change in his proposed lockdown.
While addressing a press conference Imran Khan thanked who were the part of the protest.
"Go home and rest, You have to return to Islamabad tomorrow to celebrate thanksgiving at Parade Ground," Khan told his supporters.
"I am elated that the investigation into Nawaz Sharif's [alleged corruption] will begin a day after tomorrow", Khan remarked.
From the side of the ruiling part, Minister Railways Saad Rafique Tweeted , "We welcome the decision of Imran Khan to withdraw the call of the sit-in. We should trust the apex court."