Imran Khan’s one-month ultimatum to government of Nawaz Sharif

PTI Ultimatum to PML(N)

Bahawalpur: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan gave one month ultimatum to the government of Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) to fulfill his party’s demands else he will lead a long march in Islamabad on fourteenth of August 2014.

He announced his four demands in his Rally at Bahawalpur and cautioned of a sunami march towards Islamabad on August 14, if these demands were not fulfilled.

PTI’s first demand was to expand that who arranged the victory speech on May 11 at 11: 20 pm, when the votes were still counting. His party’s second demand was to clarify why were the returning officers not under the Elections Commission of Pakistan.

Third and fourth demands of the PTI Chairman were illuminating of the part of caretaker government throughout election and clarification with respect to changing of returning officers in 90 supporters of the country at the eleventh hour, and upon whose request.