New York: Pakistan based diaspora has showed his full strength with Chairman PTI Imran Khan to change the system in Pakistan. Community leaders from different walks of life have expressed their solidarity with PTI Azadi March in Islamabad. They also appreciated the support of British Pakistanis who showed their strength throughout the UK. Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) North West of England expressed complete solidarity with its leadership and Azadi March and ‘Dharna’ sit in in Islamabad and holds a protest demonstration in front of Pakistani Consulate few days ago.
The demonstrators were of the view the disclosure of former Additional secretary Pakistan Election Commission have proved the large scale and planned rigging in 2013 elections and involvement of highly influential person is proved. The forces have allowed Nawaz Sharif to be prime minister of Pakistan and tied the entire nation in the chains of slavery, they added.
“Our Chairman was making hue and cry right from the first day of election”, PTI activists said, adding the peaceful protest is right of every person and it is proved by PTI workers during last 13 days that they are peaceful people.
They said the Government should have to accept all the demands made by Imran Khan and go home so that impartial inquiry of rigging in elections will be made possible. If rigging was provide then immediately new elections should be conducted in the country, they added.
“We overseas Pakistanis support the civil disobedience movement, wheel jam movement and country-wide protests announced by Imran Khan”, they said.
PTI North West of England President Basit Shah Mashwani, Secretary General Abdul Hafeez Anjum, Zeshan Mehboob, Waseem Khan, Asim Khan, President PTI Britain, Secretary General Shahzad Ahmed, women wing leaders Uzma Malik, Maria Ahmed were among prominent who participated in the demonstration.