Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Shaikh Rashid Tuesday said that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan should have joined his protest in Rawalpindi on Oct 28.
Talking to reporters outside the Supreme Court in Islamabad, he said that he does not “complain during war times” but the PTI chief should have joined his party in Rawalpindi “at any cost”.
“We want to get rid of Nawaz Sharif at any cost,” he said.
“Now the army need to decide if they are with Erdogan or with people,” he said, apparently referring to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as the Turkish president. In reply to a question, he made it clear that he was not inviting the army.
“Yes Musharraf was a dictator but he was better than these thieves.”
“We will not spare the prime minister and will follow him like a stinger or silkworm missile until and unless he is sacked from his office,” he added.