ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan Sunday said that the government will find it very difficult to operate after his rally in Islamabad on November 30.

“My announcement in Islamabad rally on November 30 will shake the government,” he claimed while talking to journalists at his residence before leaving for Rahim Yar Khan to address a public gathering. He said he would continue his sit-in as long as three years until he is provided justice. He said he has plan for solution to present crisis the country facing. Imran said it should be ascertained about sponsors of Pak-China projects.

Sharif family and its relatives are making trips to China in different countries for their own business interests, he added. Until investigation into rigging is conducted as per our demands, we will not end sit-in, Imran maintained.

Meanwhile, Imran Khan has decided to contest next election from PPP stronghold Naudero, NA-207. According to sources, Imran Khan has decided to contest next election from Naudero NA-207, the stronghold of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and native constituency of Late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto Shaheed. Meanwhile, duties and responsibilities have been given to party leaders in Larkana in this regard.

Sources revealed that Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi has large numbers of his followers in Naudero while Mumtaz Bhutto will also support Imran Khan in all manners.