While acknowledge the increasing assertiveness of the judiciary, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said the judiciary has to step out of its domain because those at the helm have failed to fulfill their duties.
He said the rally will show the people that the PTI is the winning party.
The PTI held what it called a historic rally at the iconic Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore on Sunday, where its chairman Imran Khan laid out an 11-point agenda prioritising education and health and criticised the ruling PML-N for its policies.
After the disqualification of PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif as prime minister and party head, the PTI has gained politically as a number of PML-N, PPP and PML-Q members have joined the party.
He added master of U-turns again took a U-turn.
While speaking outside the Supreme Court, he said that Imran and Zardari are not two but one.
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He added through sit-ins and protests Khan inflicted great loss on Pakistan which benefitted India.
Pakistan could not solve its problems if its growth rate did not rise above 7pc, Mr Sharif said, adding that his government had raised the country's growth rate to 5.8pc from 3.9pc, which had been the case when the PML-N had come to power.
Calling for a push to ask why Pakistan was lagging behind in the region, Mr Sharif said the nation must combat the disgrace it was facing.
Khan said the PML-N had been entrenched in Punjab for the last three decades because they had the best "electables" who knew the "science of elections".
Khan said the coming elections will be a two-way contest between the PTI and PML-N. "One is the candidate for president, while other for prime minister".
The PTI information secretary also berated Mr Sharif for not realising that political parties were capable of having their own independent struggles.