Nobody will be able to control the 'game' if revolution stopped Imran.

CHARSADDA/ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan Saturday warned the government of 'a peaceful revolution' in the country if they tried to create hurdles in his way. 'I fear, there will be such a revolution (in the country) that no one will be able to control the game,' he said while addressing a public gathering in Charsadda.

Imran Khan also Saturday called on the federal government to 'do its duty' by maintaining the law and order situation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa amid the deteriorating security situation.

'The Law and order (situation) has deteriorated in Malakand. KP Police are trying their best, but the federal government should take charge and carry out its duty instead of only trying to somehow make me a terrorist or register cases [against me].'

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He also said the people of KP had made a lot of sacrifices and it was the government's responsibility to address the worsening law and order, especially in the tribal districts.

The former prime minister also demanded early elections. Addressing the charged crowd, he said the 'time is not far' when he would give a call for one purpose: that 'fair and free' elections be held.

He said there was no other solution to the country's current issues other than fresh elections that would bring political stability and subsequently, economic stability.

'I am preparing all of you then when I give you the call, you have to set out with me for real freedom.'

Imran claimed the entire nation was saying with one voice that the current 'imported government is unacceptable'.

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The PTI chief said he had a message for the government and 'those standing behind it', that the nation would not forget and God would not forgive those who were responsible for removing the PTI's 'good functioning government'.

Meanwhile, Imran Khan late Saturday tweeted, 'Charsadda jalsa today where once again a sea of people responded to my Haqiqi Azadi Tehreek. What is beyond any doubt is that Pakistan is witnessing a revolution unfolding. We should all ensure it is peaceful and through the ballot box.'

Meanwhile, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday announced anti-inflation protests across the country and once again warned the ruling coalition that it would give a 'final call' of protest within next two weeks if snap polls were not announced.

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