Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan sees a big political change in the country next month.
Speaking at a PTI women wing function here on Sunday, he asked the party activists to be ready for taking charge of the country as he was seeing a big political change in the country in the month of June.
He claimed that the PTI would form the next government.
Claiming that the attackers of GHQ and PNS Mehran base had support from within the security forces, he opposed authorising the army leadership to directly hold talks with foreign countries.
He said in democracies politicians and not army generals talked to other states on national affairs and urged the government to bar the army chief from negotiating with aliens on security matters.
He said as the corrupt could not hold accountable the corrupt, therefore, none should expect that incumbent rulers would introduce a fair accountability law.
Khan pledged to convert big palaces into educational institutions when the PTI would come into power.