ISLAMABAD - Former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan said on Sunday that holding immediate elections was not just crucial for his party but for the entire country “as revolution is knocking at our door”.
In a meeting with the Punjab Assembly members of his party at the Punjab House, the former premier said peaceful transition of power
should take place through free and transparent elections. “The revolution should come through peaceful polls,” he was quoted as saying in the meeting. Imran said the people are with the PTI and emphasised the need for holding immediate elections, adding, it was the need of the hour. He said a ‘soft revolution’ is around the corner so let snap polls embrace it, according to the party sources. During the meeting, he also congratulated the Punjab cabinet members on PTI’s thumping victory in the recently-held by-elections. Addressing the participants, Imran said that the success in the Punjab by-elections was an expression of public confidence in his party. He also urged the party members to fully support Punjab Chief Minister Pervez Elahi, calling him a “practical politician