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Imran targets Nawaz at massive Kamalia rally

Says won’t spare opposition leaders even if his life was at stake

Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday said that efforts of the “three mice”, reference to the main opposition leaders, to topple his government were focused on evading the corruption cases against them and declared that he would not spare them, even if his life was at stake.

“Losing a government is a minor thing, I will not spare you (referring to opposition leaders), if my life is at stake,” he said while addressing a huge public gathering here. The prime minister said that the three stooges (a reference he coined for the leaders of the main opposition parties) had been hatching conspiracy to pull down his government since they had not got an “NRO” from him.

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He appealed to all Pakistanis to reach Islamabad for the March 27 public gathering, claiming that the opposition was giving millions of rupees to the members of National Assembly to switch sides. “It is the obligation for the whole nation to stand against evil and side with the good and support those people who have been waging a war against these thieves and plunderers,” he told a gathering of PTI supporters in Kamalia. The prime minister termed March 27 a “decisive day in the country’s history”, saying a mammoth crowd would gather in the Capital on his call “to give a message to the criminals that the days of their plunder and loot were over”. “The day will revive the nation. When a nation stands for the right, it is revived,” he said, adding that the whole nation should raise its voice to end evil and vice.

The prime minister thanked Asif Ali Zardari, Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Shehbaz Sharif, saying that fearing their return to power, people have been galvanized in support of the PTI. He said these people tried to force him to give them an NRO and after failing to do so, they have come out to topple his government. Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and other provincial leadership was also present in the public gathering.

The prime minister said that Allah Almighty has ordained people to stand with the good and wage a jihad against evil while remaining neutral in this struggle had not been allowed. The biggest thieves have been plundering the country for the last thirty years, he said, adding that one politician known as “diesel”, a reference to JUI-F’s Fazlur Rehman, had been doing politics on the basis of religion while the other Zardari has been facing graft cases over billions of rupees of corruption.

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He also lashed out at PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, saying he had introduced horse-trading in the country’s politics. “If he [Nawaz] returns to Pakistan… he will first attack the judiciary… he is making attempts to create rifts among judges and he will never allow independent judiciary to function.”



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