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Petrol crisis due to conspiracy of govt's own people: Imran Khan.

ISLAMABAD -- Chief of Pakistan TehreekeInsaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Tuesday announced to fight a case against Former Chief Justice (CJ) Iftikhar Chaudhry and alleged government of taking place tax through electricity prices.

While talking to media before leaving for Peshawar to attend memorial of Peshawar attack martyrs, Imran Khan expressed that he is going to show solidarity with the bereaved families of Peshawar massacre and vowed to cooperate with them.

In response to a question, Imran Khan announced to lead a legal fight against Former CJ and taunted that I don't have Rs 20 million but I will manage to arrange them from Arslan Iftikhar as he has gathered so much money from the asset of Pakistan .

Talking about petrol crisis, PTI Chief denounced the performance of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) by terming their government worst than Zardari's as merit has been badly treated in PMLN government.

Khan claimed that the conspiracy against government has been led by government's own people and urged to impose merit system to demolish artificial democracy.

Answering a question related to Judicial Commission formation, he pronounced to shut down the country but, he added that PMLN has itself shut down various cities due to petrol shortage.

PTI has accepted all the conditions of the government including calling off sitin and establishment of military courts.

Moreover, PTI Chief Imran Khan demanded to establish Judicial Commission as early as possible so that the alleged election rigging can be probed.

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
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Date:Jan 20, 2015
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