KARACHI: Chairman Tehreek-i-Insaf, Imran Khan Wednesday likened destruction of the Supreme Court to that of the democracy and warned to launch a 'tsunami march' if the government attempted to destroy the apex court.
Talking to media persons at Karachi airport, Imran Khan accused the government of colluding with the US, adding the drone attacks could not be carried out without the former's consent.
He also announced to stage a 'historic march' in Peshawar against the drone strikes on July 14.
To a question, he said: "I am not an anti-American, I am only against US policies. A majority of Americans are with us."
Appreciating the appointment of Fakhruddin G Ibrahim as Chief Election Commissioner (CEC), Imran Khan termed it the one and only good step of the government.
He described overseas Pakistanis as the country's asset and that they should be granted the right to vote, adding, however that the right to contest election and make legislation rests only with the holders of Pakistani passport only.