Islamabad, Jan. 20 (ANI): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that his party had yet not been consulted for the nomination of a neutral caretaker prime minister and vowed a huge tsunami if a neutral caretaker prime minister was not appointed.
Khan said his party will protest to save the democratic process from a total disaster, if a neutral caretaker prime minister was not appointed, reports the Daily Times.
Referring to the long march taken out by the Tehreek-e-Minhajul Quran chief Tahirul Qadri, Khan said it was the first step towards a true change through ballot and general elections would prove that a major change is coming in Pakistan.
Khan further reiterated his demand that President Asif Ali Zardari should resign immediately, as under him free, fair and transparent election was almost impossible.
Commenting on the death of NAB official Kamran Faisal, who was probing the Rental Power Project case, Khan claimed Kamran was killed to send a strong message to other officials investigating the sensitive case.
He asserted that since Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf was involved in the RPPs case, a fair trial of the case was next to impossible by the team constituted by the government.