Govt failure, international conspiracy behind Pindi riots: Imran Khan

Govt failure, international conspiracy behind Pindi riots: Imran Khan | PakistanTribe
ATTOCK – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Monday said that NATO supply would be blocked on Nov 23 after a historic public meeting in Peshawar.

He said that there was international conspiracy behind Rawalpindi riots, which killed 10 people and wounded scores of others. The incident is also a failure of the federal government, he maintained.

While talking to media after offering condolences with PTI leader Malik Amin Asalm, over the demise of his father in Shamsabad area of Hazro in Attock, Imran Khan said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had pledged halting of missile strikes, but he failed to live up to his promise. He said that all parties had told the prime minister that to ensure stopping of drone strikes was part of his duties.

To a question, he said that PTI would introduce an exemplary local government system in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said that the NATO supply would be stopped after a historic public gathering on 23rd November in Peshawar. Imran Khan said it was right that the Muharram procession passed outside the mosque prior to Juma prayer, adding the procession passed outside the mosque on a wrong time.

He said the public meeting consisting on hundreds and thousands of people would stop the NATO supply on 23rd November and it will remain shut until and unless US announce to stop drone strikes in Pakistan. He said that the Pakistani masses are giving message of peace to world but US is promoting terrorism in the region.

He said that the part of media which time and again talks about holding dialogues with Taliban is termed as the supporter of Taliban. Imran said PTI had been given the mandate of dialogues by masses, adding who are those people who start hue and cry over the talk of dialogues, adding that these people receive money from abroad. He said those who talk about negotiations are termed as the supporters of Hakimullah Mehsood.

Imran Khan said that it is said that there should be friendship with India, adding that whether the process of dialogues with India is not traitory with the blood of 70 thousand Kashmiri martyrs. He said these people wants that the war should remain continued in country. He said Pakistan has faced loss of billions of rupees in war against terrorism.

About Afrah Kamran

Graduate in Media Sciences, Afrah Kamran is PakistanTribe's Correspondent in the United States. She writes on current affairs and latest happenings across U.S., especially from New York and Washington. She was part of PakistanTribe's editorial desk before leaving for United States.

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