LAHORE: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has appealed to his party workers in Lahore to end their sit-in protests, DawnNews reported.

He said that the party will hold full-fledged sit in protest in Islamabad on 24th May.

Speaking to media representatives at Lahore's Shaukat Khanum Hospital, Imran Khan said that PTI workers will protest on 24th May in which he himself will participate.

He also said that they will hold a large demonstration in London as well. He said to free Karachi from fear, the PTI will continue to protest.

The PTI chief was optimistic that he will be released from hospital soon.

"I am hopeful that the doctors will discharge me by Wednesday," he said.

"My health is improving, but there is still some pain in my spine," the PTI chief said.

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