Imran announces rallies in Islamabad, Karachi and Quetta

Imran announces rallies in Islamabad, Karachi and Quetta |

DADU – Lashing out at PPP co-chairman Asif Zardari in Dadu rally, PTI chairman Imran Khan announced his next rallies in Islamabad, Karachi and Quetta.

While addressing to a large gathering in Dadu, Khan said he would gather people on a single point that a criminal cannot remain the prime minister of this country.

Imran said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will have to appear before a joint investigation team (JIT) like Uzair Baloch, the head of banned Peoples Aman Committee (PAC).

“I’m now free from the Panama Leaks case because Sharif family has to present themselves before the JIT like Uzair Baloch for their corruption,” he said.

“I have known Nawaz Sharif for over 30 years and I know how he made his money.”

He also took at a dig at PPP President Asif Ali Zardari.

“The party that a great leader like Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto created has now been reduced to a regional party by Asif Zardari,” he said.

“Zardari can’t even step out into the public because everyone knows him as a dacoit.”

He said Fazlur Rehman tries to play politics in the name of religion, but the entire Awaam knows him as “diesel”.

“Conditions in Sindh are the worst among all provinces and I promise that I will only work for your welfare,” he said.

Khan pledged that Kalabagh Dam would not be built unless the people of Sindh gave their consent.

“I’ll now pay all my attention to the people of both urban and rural Sindh,” he said.

He claimed that people were transferring students from private to government schools because of improved standard of education.

“One of our MPA in KP got his daughter transferred from private school to the government school,” he said.

The PTI chief said that the Supreme Court had called IG KP after Mashal Khan’s murder case and expressed his trust in his investigations.

He said that he would hold a jalsa in Islamabad next Friday and called for Nawaz Sharifs’ resignation.



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