'Sure Of Humiliating Defeat' Nawaz Stalling Elections: Imran

'Sure Of Humiliating Defeat' Nawaz Stalling Elections: Imran
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said on Friday that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif had placed the nation at stake by impeding the conduct of general elections.

He made the comments while addressing those present at the PTI long march Chakwal, Gujjar Khan, Khyber and Buner. Khan said Sharif had made a habit of fleeing Pakistan. The PTI supremo said he had been impeding the conduct of elections since he could foresee a humiliating defeat. Khan said Sharif will only be game for elections if he was assured of victory.

The three-time former prime minister, he said, had stashed all his ill-gotten wealth abroad. He did not have a stake in Pakistan, Khan said. Then how, he questioned, was he equipped to take pivotal national decisions. Sharif, Khan said, was scared of being held accountable.

The PTI supremo said he will announce when the long march will reach reach Islamabad. His struggle for complete sovereignty -- haqeeqi azadi will continue after. He claimed he was the most popular Pakistani across five decades.