Imran vows to continue ‘jihad’ until ‘looters’ are thrown in jail – Pakistan

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Former Prime Minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Friday vowed to continue “jihad“against the leaders of the current coalition government, whom they called” robbers “.

Addressing an assembly in his hometown of Myanwali, he criticized the United States, saying that a “conspiracy” had begun there. The biggest conspiracy was for the American people to join hands with Mir Jafars and Mir Sadiqs here to oust the government that inherited Pakistan.

Calling the leaders of the new coalition dacoits, he said they had looted the country’s money and built palaces in London. “These were the people who plundered the country 30 years ago and destroyed it.

“We do not bow down to him with any force. We are the people of the great leader Muhammad (Peace be upon him). There were two great powers at that time in Iran and Rome. Did my Prophet try to solicit donations or loans or did he do so? To whom did you give it?

Imran said it was a national choice whether we wanted to go to the sky or be a “boot repairman”. The nation’s founder, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, will not serve the US as these governors do, he added.

Emphasizing that Pakistanis are independent people, he said the community did not accept “robbers” like PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz and Punjab Prime Minister Hamza Shehbaz.

“We will not allow these thieves to be forced on us. You (the government) have filed a FIR against me, claiming that we are responsible for the incident that took place in Medina,” he said, referring to pilgrims who hunted and chanted slogan against PM Shehbaz and his entourage in Masjid-i -Nabwi last month.

Calling the union leaders “liars”, he said that wherever they liked, they would deal with the songs of thieves and traitors.

Referring to his former assistant in the recent crash, Shahbaz Gill, said he had warned the government that if it touched on any PTI activity in the future, it would catch “three stooges and their bosses”.

Speaking to a crowd that shouted loudly, Imran said he had never seen such a large gathering before.

Commenting on his government’s achievements, he said it had reduced the funding shortfall for the first time in 11 years, adding that Pakistan was one of the few countries to protect its people from the coronavirus epidemic.

In addition, there were shipping records and plants, he said.

“Shehbhaz Sharif, you set me on fire and imprisoned me [MNA] Rashid Shafique [in connection with the Madina incident]. Our women and children will take part in the march in Islamabad. If you try to stop it or install the same FIR, you will be responsible for what happens, ”he warned.

Because all party workers will not be able to reach headquarters on the day of the long march, they will have to strike in Myanwali, he said.


Lots to follow.

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