Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has stated elections should be held under neutral president, mentioning that being co-chairman from the PPP, impartial elections weren’t possible under Leader Asif Ali Zardari. in an interview on a private TV channel on Thursday, Khan, however, managed to get obvious the PTI would contest elections come what may. He stated that people raising the slogan of ‘Go Zardari Go’ had reached at awareness with them. Khan stated elections should be held on schedule. However, he cautioned there will be a “tsunami march” just in case their bookings weren’t addressed concerning the election commission. He stated though nobody doubted the intention and honesty from the chief election commissioner, the problem within the provincial election commissions was apparent everybody. Mentioning to rigging throughout the by-elections and stated no action was adopted their complaints through the election commission despite proofs supplied by the PTI. He feared more rigging throughout the overall elections and cautioned that TMQ chief Tahirul Qadri’s March to Islamabad wouldn’t be the final one. He stated the PTI would organize a long march and cautioned there could be bloodshed on streets if elections weren’t fair and nobody would have the ability to control the problem. Khan stated despite pressure in the employees, the PTI did skip the long march fearing it might damage democracy.