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PTI instructed to get ready for Imran Khan’s final call

It was decided during PTI's core committee meeting today that if the government does not move towards early elections, then a final call will be given within two weeks.

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PTI workers have been instructed to await Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s final call. The decision was taken during PTI’s core committee meeting held today.

According to the details, PTI summoned an important meeting of its core committee to discuss the op­tion of giving a protest call to force the government to announce snap polls. Chairman PTI Imran Khan led the meeting and discussed the future plan of action of the party.

Senior PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry later revealed the key highlights of the meeting to the media. The core committee expressed upset at the devastation caused by the floods, especially in Sindh and Balochistan.

While the PTI-led provincial governments of Punjab and KPK dealt with the floods better than the federal government, the PTI core committee still expressed deep sadness over the situation, and is thankful to the nation, especially overseas Pakistanis, who donated Rs. 10 billion for flood relief at Imran Khan’s call.

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Moving on, the committee expressed concern over the intense increase in street crime across the country. Fawad Chaudhry noted that street crime has increased because people are on the brink of starvation due to the dire economic situation.

Pakistan heading toward economic disaster

To save Pakistan from heading towards an economic disaster, PTI believes that early elections are the only way out.

“First, political instability was created, and now a huge economic crisis is on its way,” Fawad Chaudhry said. He also said that PTI is concerned that despite the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the rupee is not stabilizing and the government has not provided any action plan.

Therefore, amidst the background of Pakistan’s worsening economic situation, PTI has directed all its chapters across the country to take to the streets to protest against the rising inflation.

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If the government does not move towards early elections, then a final call will be given within two weeks.

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