‘No one can stop Naya Pakistan’: Imran Khan at Islamabad rally

ISLAMABAD: Taking a dig at the Shahbaz Sharif-led Pakistan government, former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President Imran Khan on Saturday said no one can stop the ‘Naya Pakistan’. He was addressing a public meeting of his party at Parade Ground in Islamabad against inflation, political instability, excessive load-shedding and relentless hike in fuel prices. The former prime minister said the nation calls corrupt rulers thieves and traitors, adding that they have the support of “umpires” and who are out to destroy the morals of the society.

The News International quoted Khan as saying, “The country calls him a thief and a traitor, wherever he goes and the umpires are by his side. Despite the umpires, the nation is not with him and we have to beat him. Can’t stop Pakistan.” “These thieves are out to destroy the morality of the society by removing the distinction between good and evil,” he said.

Imran Khan He warned party workers and supporters to beware of rigging during the next elections in Punjab as “umpires” favored the government led by Shahbaz Sharif. The PTI president said he has to win the election despite the fact that the “umpires” are with the government. He questioned the institutions as to how they were imposed, saying they have destroyed the country and have not dealt with rising inflation.

“I ask the institutions that when you install thieves on the national treasury, the country is destroyed. They have nothing to do with inflation. They want to forgive themselves and give themselves NRO-2 and their corruption. had come to power to clear the cases.

Khan further mentioned that unlike corrupt rulers his life and death are linked to Pakistan. “If they had not fired and lathi-charged people and raided their homes, there would have been a sea of ​​people like today. People were angry about the police and rangers and I had chosen to sit in the country that day. I would slip into anarchy, which I never want, because my life and death are linked to Pakistan unlike corrupt rulers.”

Announcing the protest rally last Saturday, Khan had said there would be demonstrations for the locals of Islamabad and the people of Rawalpindi, while local media reported that people from other major cities would have their own local protests.

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