PESHAWAR  -    Pakistan Tehreek-e-In­saf (PTI) Chairman Im­ran Khan Tuesday di­rected party workers to get ready for the `Haqe­eqi Azadi March` on Is­lamabad. The call for the long march can be given to party workers any time after October 9, the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad, the former prime min­ister said. 

Imran Khan also said that incumbent rulers are making a mockery of the justice system by closing down their cor­ruption cases. Address­ing party officials in Pe­shawar on Tuesday, he said that the government had appointed its “henchman” to the National Accountabili­ty Bureau (NAB) so that they get decisions of their choice in the corruption cases, calling it a “joke”. Imran further said that he did not have person­al enmity with the Sharif and Zardari family. “I am fighting for the future of the nation.” The PTI chief asked party workers and officials to re­main prepared for the upcom­ing much-hyped long march to Islamabad to achieve ‘real freedom’, saying that he will not rest until sending the in­cumbent rulers packing. “To­day is the decisive time for the nation. It’s time to stand up for the real freedom of the country,” he added.