ISLAMABAD (APS) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said that there will be no ‘shutter-down’ strike on the days of PTI protests and that the traders should not worry, APS News reported.
Addressing the ‘sit-in’ participants in Islamabad, Khan said that the sit-in has become a part of his routine, adding that he doesn’t know what he will do without it.
He said the third phase of protest will begin from Monday and that those who think their circumstances are improving can stay at homes.
Khan said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) should not be under the illusion that PTI will go home after getting tired.
PTI chief said that the government didn’t give PTI its rights so, he said, the third phase of the protest will begin from Monday.
He said if the people of Faisalabad think that everything is well then they can stay at home.
Imran Khan said that inflation is continuously rising in the country. He claimed that the oil prices did not reduce as per the reduction in global fuel prices.