Former PM Imran Khan to launch another move against Sharif family
Multan: Aiming to intensify his anti-government campaign, former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan warned Friday that he would bring a white paper against the PML-N's Sharif family.
Address to a PTI workers' convention in Multan, he said he would soon give a call for Islamabad to his supporters as "Mir Jaffars and Mir Sadiqs" were imposed on the country.
The PTI chief asked his workers to gather two million supporters in Islamabad when he gives the protest call.
"We have to prepare each and every child in the country for our struggle towards an independent Pakistan. For this, we need to hold early elections," the PTI chairman said.
Khan alleged Prime Minister Shehbaz was involved in corruption worth billions of rupees, claiming that since the PML-N president siphoned money abroad, he didn't raise his voice against the Western powers.