Imran Khan

Imran Khan claims that Pakistanis will refer to rulers as “Thieves and Traitors” wherever they see them.

This isn’t indecency, Ahsan Iqbal; this is the truth: you are a thief,” Imran Khan says in response to the fast-food restaurant incident.”

LODHRAN: The Pakistani people will call the current government’s leaders “thieves and traitors” wherever they see them, PTI Chairman Imran Khan warned on Monday.

Imran Khan

Khan, speaking at a rally ahead of by-elections in Punjab on July 17, referred to an incident last week involving Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives Ahsan Iqbal, who was heckled and called a “thief” by PTI supporters.

“You (Iqbal) claim that Imran Khan has taught his followers to misbehave.

“This isn’t indecency, Ahsan Iqbal; this is the truth: you are a thief,” Khan criticized the federal minister.

A day earlier, the family who faced the federal minister at the fast-food restaurant on Friday apologized in person to Iqbal at his home, expressing “remorse and embarrassment.”

The PTI, however, later blamed the PML-N for pressuring the family to apologize to Iqbal. However, a member of the family, Osama Sher, stated that there was “no pressure” on them and that they “willingly” apologized to the federal minister.

The PTI chairman claimed that since taking power, the incumbent rulers have “stolen” Rs1,100 billion from the country and will continue because they are “corrupt.”

“Everywhere you go, people will say two words to you: thieves and traitors.” “You overthrew a government with the support of the US,” the PTI chairman said.

Imran Khan’s thoughts about Zardari Case;

The former prime minister claimed that people’s money in Sindh is “moved to Dubai for political reasons.”

Imran Khan went on to say that he had prepared cases against PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah. “I did everything I could to punish these thieves,” he added.

He claimed that Zardari and his “group” made no preparations before the rains descended on the province.

“They used to insult former Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, but water has not accumulated on roads in Lahore because of underground tanks,” Khan said, praising his party’s performance.

Intense rains in Karachi have killed at least a dozen people, with the heavy downpour bringing the country’s largest city to a halt today (Monday) as roads across the metropolis were flooded.

Ensure win’ in by-polls;

  • Moving on, the PTI chairman urged his supporters to ensure that his candidates win the July 17 Punjab by-elections, which will determine the province’s future.
  • “We must ensure that we PTI win, no matter what they do or how much they rig the elections,” Khan told his supporters.
  • After the Election Commission of Pakistan deposed 25 MPAs for voting against party lines, twenty provincial constituencies are on the ballot.
  • There were five reserved seats and twenty contestable seats among the 25 lawmakers.
  • It is worth noting that in the 2018 general elections, ten of the 20 MPAs who won were independent candidates who later joined the PTI thanks to the efforts of businessman and politician Jahangir Khan Tareen.

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